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Everyone Plays a Role in Improving Immunization Rates and Prevent

This year, ongoing measles outbreaks have made headlines in the United States and around the world. Domestic measles cases reached a 25-year record high in June and the number continues to climb, with 1,164 confirmed cases in 30 states as of July 25, 2019. We have also experienced widespread outbreaks of hepatitis A across the United States in recent years, with 25 states reporting 22,556 cases, 13,352 hospitalizations, and 221 deaths since the outbreaks began in 2016. As we mark National Immuni...

Coming Together to Confront Sickle Cell Disease

Hope has never been higher for people living with sickle cell disease (SCD) and their families and supporters. With the possibility of a widely available cure within reach, a pipeline of new treatments on the horizon and several initiatives underway to better utilize current tools in the battle against the painful and deadly blood disorder, the opportunity before us in the coming months and years is profound and historic. As we mark World Sickle Cell Day on June 19, this flurry of notable progre...

NIH Adapts to the Changing Epidemiology of HIV Infection

Biomedical research has brought us a long way since June 1981, when the first cases of the disease that would later become known as AIDS were reported. At the time, the median survival of a person with AIDS was only one to two years. Today, HIV survival can be measured in decades and even near-normal life expectancies. The introduction of safe and effective antiretroviral therapy (ART) has been transformative, dramatically extending the life spans and improving the health of men and women with H...

Journey from the Navajo Nation to Phoenix

Deputy Secretary Hargan listens to testimony from Tribal Advisory Committee Members in Phoenix Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting with tribal leaders from across the country to preside over the Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee meeting in Arizona. This was the third meeting of the STAC we’ve now held in Indian Country, first with Secretary Price in Oklahoma in 2017, followed by my trip to Alaska in 2018, and now Arizona in 2019. This meeting signifies one of the ways we are fulfilling ...

Why Putting List Prices in Drug Ads Matters

Last week, the Trump administration finalized a requirement for drug companies to put the list price of most drugs in TV ads. Since then, there has been some debate about how much it will matter to the larger drug pricing challenge American patients face. One thing is indisputable: Patients want this information. Surveys have found that huge majorities of Americans support this new requirement. But these surveys also show patients wonder how much the requirement can affect actual drug costs. So ...

Patient-Centered Care Is Key to Best Practices in Pain Management

On May 10, the Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force voted on its final recommendations, which emphasize the importance of providing balanced, individualized, patient-centered pain management to ensure better clinical outcomes for pain that improve quality of life and functionality for patients. The group recommended a broad framework of approaches for treating acute and chronic pain. Following is an interview with Dr. Vanila Singh on the task force’s work. Q: Dr. Singh, the Pai...

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