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A Global Response to a Global Threat

The very word ‘pandemic’ conjures images of global disease and death. Educational campaigns highlighting the centennial of the 1918 Influenza pandemic are a jarring reminder that more than 50 million people died due to a previously unknown influenza strain against which very few people had immunity. However, few people today understand that every year over one billion people worldwide are infected by seasonal influenza viruses resulting in as many as 650,000 deaths. This global threat requires a...


Patients need transparency and relief from high drug costs

The current drug pricing system is broken and indefensible. Right now, everybody but the patient benefits as list prices climb higher and higher. President Trump has proposed to bring transparency to the system, end the status quo of kickbacks from drug companies to middlemen and plans, known in the industry as “rebates”, and deliver those savings straight to patients and their pocketbooks. This proposal would be a major step forward in bringing transparency to an opaque drug market that is curr...


My First Year as HHS Assistant Secretary for Health

One year ago today, I was sworn in as the 16th assistant secretary for health. It is an honor to serve as the ASH, and thanks to the dedicated professionals I work with on a daily basis, it has been an incredible year. The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health is leading America to healthier lives in small ways and large, every single day. A recent example is our historic initiative to end the HIV epidemic in America, which was announced in the president’s State of the Union address. The ...


Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America

In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Trump announced one of the most important public health initiatives in history: ending the HIV epidemic in America. The President sees a once-in-a-generation opportunity to end the epidemic, thanks to the most powerful HIV prevention and treatment tools in history and new tools that allow us to pinpoint where HIV infections are spreading most rapidly. Thanks to the HIV medicine antiretroviral therapy (ART), individuals with HIV that take...


Chicken Eyes: A Gene Therapy Journey to Sight

I was at the local farmers market recently and found myself staring at my wife, Sara. I had never seen her face so clearly – she had such a beautiful smile. This was more than a case of a loving husband. I had just undergone, literally, cutting edge gene therapy surgery to restore much of my fading vision. And it apparently has been successful. I have Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis (LCA), Type 2, which is, to be technical, the third mutation on the RPE65 gene. I have basically been legally blind m...


New Merit-Based Process for Appointing Administrative Law Judges

There are 126 administrative law judges (ALJs) and other comparable officials working at the Department of Health and Human Services, hearing disputes involving Medicare and Medicaid eligibility, claims, fraud and abuse; penalties for health information privacy and security violations; research misconduct; and more. A Supreme Court case last year, however, raised potential questions about the appointments of all federal ALJs. The Court in June ruled that ALJs at the Securities and Exchange Commi...


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