The Alliance for a Stronger FDA is encouraging patient advocates to ask their legislators to support robust funding for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA plays a critical role for rare disease patients because: The Agency ensures access to safe and effective medical products and is key to preserving public health. FDA-regulated industries […]
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After the narrow defeat of Affordable Care Act replacement plans in the Senate, Senators have left for August recess without voting on other proposals. Sen. Alexander (R-TN), HELP Committee Chairman, along with Sen. Murray (D-WA), Ranking Minority, must bridge the chasm between viewpoints on opposite ends of the spectrum.
Rare New England (RNE) asks Massachusetts residents to call or email state legislators to ask for their support for HB3714, “An Act to Create a Rare Disease Advisory Council.” RNE has been collaborating with MA State Representative Paul Heroux, who has championed HB3714, since 2015. To learn more about the bill, click here.
Hospitals are paid today according to an antiquated system set up in 1983, the same year the Orphan Drug Act was passed to incentivize the development of orphan disease treatments. We’ve come a long way in getting those treatments, but nothing about hospital reimbursement has changed in all that time. The more extremely rare a […]
NORD asks advocates to call, email or message their Senators to urge them to vote no on the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). The Senate released the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), an amended version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) that passed the House, earlier in June. NORD believes that, if enacted, the […]