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Seven New Biopharmaceutical Research Companies Join PhRMA Mission to Advance Medical Innovation
Tue, 08 Dec 2009 14:11:32 +0100
Seven New Biopharmaceutical Research CompaniesJoin PhRMA’s Mission to Advance Medical InnovationWashington, D.C. (December 8, 2009) — As part of its efforts to expand awareness of the importance of medical progress in the United States, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) is announcing today the addition of seven new member companies [view members (member_company_list/)].Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (http://www.cubist.com/), Lexington, MA; OSI Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (http://www.osip.com/), Melville, NY; Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (http://www.alexionpharmaceuticals.com/), Cheshire, CT; Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (http://www.ferring.com/en/home.htm), Parsippany, NJ; Talecris Biotherapeutics, Inc. (http://www.talecris.com/), Raleigh, NC; Vifor Pharma (http://www.viforpharma.com/ViforPharma/en/index.php), Basking Ridge, NJ; and Xoma Ltd (http://www.xoma.com/), Berkeley, CA.In addition to developing cutting-edge medicines that help advance patient care in the U.S. and abroad, the new members – which have a presence in six different states – have contributed to America’s economy by supporting thousands of jobs. Today, America continues to lead the world in the discovery and development of new medicines. In fact, more than 3 million jobs – both direct and indirect – have been created in the U.S. by America’s pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies. Health care reform, if done right, can help spur even more jobs, improve the quality of care for all Americans and provide a more stable foundation for future generations, according to industry officials. “The addition of these member companies is a testament to the hard work PhRMA has been doing over the years, which has attracted enormous new talent to our ranks,” said David Brennan, Chief Executive Officer, AstraZeneca (http://www.astrazeneca.com/) and PhRMA’s Chairman of the Board. “We welcome the new member companies with open arms and look forward to working with them on one of the most important issues of our lifetime – health care reform.”Cubist President and Chief Executive Officer Michael W. Bonney said, “I am grateful to the PhRMA Board of Directors for electing me to serve among the most highly regarded leaders in our industry. Within the context of the health care reform debate and the current economic struggles and well into the future, I look forward to contributing to the dialogue surrounding our changing industry and our role in shaping that change. PhRMA members have always shown leadership on issues concerning patient care, and I am looking forward to ensuring that those issues remain paramount in the organization’s mission.”“As a growing biopharmaceutical company, membership in PhRMA will enable OSI Pharmaceuticals to expand our ability to fully engage in important policy discussions at the federal, state and global level,” stated Colin Goddard, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer at OSI Pharmaceuticals, Inc. “We look forward to collaborating with other PhRMA members to ensure companies like OSI can continue to flourish in providing important life changing therapies to patients around the world.”“Advocacy organizations are operating in a very difficult environment, so we are particularly heartened to be growing our membership,” says PhRMA President and CEO Billy Tauzin (about_billy/). “This is the result of biopharmaceutical companies – both large and small – seeing a tremendous opportunity to work together on important policy issues that impact patients around the world. Our primary goal is to help preserve and strengthen public policies that foster the development of new medicines – something policymakers should consider critical if we want to develop new treatments and cures for diseases such as cancer, Parkinson’s disease and heart disease.” Tauzin continued, “We are an organization committed to putting the needs of patients first. For years, PhRMA has wholeheartedly supported the notion that people do not check into the doctor’s office as a Republican or Democrat, but rather as a patient. PhRMA’s advocacy efforts reflect this belief and it remains to this day, a primary reason why we support public policies that encourage medical innovation in the U.S.”Today’s announcement follows a recent decision by the PhRMA’s Board of Directors to establish a new Committee on Small Biopharmaceutical Companies, which is composed of full and research associate members. The committee was created to address the particular issues facing these smaller specialty companies, including the impact public policies may have on such an important sector of our economy. The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) represents the country’s leading pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies, which are devoted to inventing medicines that allow patients to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives. PhRMA companies are leading the way in the search for new cures. PhRMA members alone invested an estimated $50.3 billion in 2008 in discovering and developing new medicines. Industry-wide research and investment reached a record $65.2 billion in 2008. PhRMA Internet Address: www.phrma.org (/) For information on stories of hope and survival, visit: http://sharingmiracles.com/ (http://sharingmiracles.com/) PhRMA en Español: www.nuestraphrma.org (http://www.nuestraphrma.org/) For information on how innovative medicines save lives, visit: www.innovation.org (http://www.innovation.org/) For information on the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, visit: www.pparx.org (http://www.pparx.org/) For more information on public health emergencies, visit: www.rxresponse.org (http://www.rxresponse.org/) For information on the danger of imported drugs, visit: w (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/)ww.buysafedrugs.info (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/) .
PhRMA Statement Regarding White House Jobs Summit
Thu, 03 Dec 2009 05:00:00 +0100
PhRMA Statement Regarding White House Jobs SummitWashington, D.C. (December 3, 2009) — Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) [learn more (about_phrma/)] President and CEO Billy Tauzin [bio (about_billy/)] issued the following statement today regarding President Obama’s forum (http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2009/12/03/taking-jobs-forum-road-with-your-help) on job creation:industry profile (files/PhRMA%202009%20Profile%20FINAL.pdf)], America’s pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies support a total of more than 3 million jobs in the U.S. As we have faced the challenges of a slowed economy, like many other business sectors, we appreciate how difficult it can be to preserve jobs. “That’s why President Obama’s job-creation initiative can dovetail with the ongoing effort toward health care reform. We have long believed that health care reform, if done right, can help spur the economy. “Today, millions of Americans lack insurance coverage or have excessive co-pays that cause them to pass on needed medical treatments. This not only has a detrimental effect on patient health, it impacts job stability and economic growth. For example, the Milken Institute (http://www.milkeninstitute.org/) has estimated that lost workdays and lower employee productivity due to chronic disease (http://www.fightchronicdisease.org/) results in an annual economic loss in the U.S. of more than $1 trillion, according to the latest figures available. In fact, chronic diseases account for 75 cents* (http://www.fightchronicdisease.org/issues/about.cfm) out of every health care dollar spent in the U.S. To bring rising health care costs under control, we must get serious about addressing the chronic disease epidemic in America. “From lowering health care costs to improving productivity, health care reform done right can benefit American patients and American jobs.” The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) represents the country’s leading pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies, which are devoted to inventing medicines that allow patients to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives. PhRMA companies are leading the way in the search for new cures. PhRMA members alone invested an estimated $50.3 billion in 2008 in discovering and developing new medicines. Industry-wide research and investment reached a record $65.2 billion in 2008. PhRMA Internet Address: www.phrma.org (/) For information on stories of hope and survival, visit: http://sharingmiracles.com/ (http://sharingmiracles.com/) PhRMA en Español: www.nuestraphrma.org (http://www.nuestraphrma.org/) For information on how innovative medicines save lives, visit: www.innovation.org (http://www.innovation.org/) For information on the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, visit: www.pparx.org (http://www.pparx.org/) For more information on public health emergencies, visit: www.rxresponse.org (http://www.rxresponse.org/) For information on the danger of imported drugs, visit: w (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/)ww.buysafedrugs.info (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/) .
'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature Three-Time Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi
Wed, 02 Dec 2009 05:00:00 +0100
‘Sharing Miracles’ Television Program to Feature Three-Time Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi Search for show listings Search by state Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Video: ‘Sharing Miracles’ Television Program Click here to view the video (#) Washington, DC (December 2, 2009) – Three–time Super Bowl champion Tedy Bruschi, a former Pro-Bowl linebacker with the New England Patriots, will be featured on this month’s episode of ‘Sharing Miracles’ – a 30-minute public affairs television program that tells the compelling and inspirational stories of real patients. ‘Sharing Miracles’ airs every week on more than 300 television stations nationwide. Bruschi had made a name for himself as a defensive star for the Pats despite his relatively small size. However in February 2005 – just days after playing in that year’s Pro-Bowl – Bruschi suffered a debilitating stroke that seemed certain to derail his professional career. In this month’s episode of ‘Sharing Miracles’, he discusses his experience: “Obviously, I never expected to suffer from a stroke. I was 31 years old and had just experienced the best season of my career. I had been home from the Pro Bowl for a day-and-a-half when I woke up in the middle of the night experiencing stroke-like symptoms.” Eventually, he was diagnosed not just with a stroke, but also with a patent foramen ovale, or a congenital defect that leaves a tiny, potentially life-threatening hole in the heart. Bruschi was paralyzed, with partial loss of vision, and was facing surgery to repair the hole in his heart. Not surprisingly, he assumed that he would never play football again, and announced his retirement. However, he says: “During my recovery period, I just kept getting better,” leading him to wonder whether a return to football, though against the odds, was in his future. Still, “more than my physical recovery, being retired and realizing that I could come back to professional football was something that I had to deal with emotionally.” He not only needed the blessing of his doctors, he also asked for the backing of his wife and family. In October 2005, just eight months after suffering a stroke, Bruschi returned to football, winning honors as Comeback Player of the Year. Bruschi attributes much of his recovery to the persistence that he developed growing up in football: “I was always told that I was too small or too short or too slow to play defensive line. There were a lot of doubts throughout my career, but that always gave me motivation to prove the doubters wrong.” Finally, in 2009, Bruschi announced his permanent retirement from the sport. His 13-year-record is one of nearly unmatched achievement, with more than 1,100 tackles. He is also the only player in NFL history to return four consecutive interceptions for touchdowns. At his final retirement announcement, Pats Coach Bill Belichick called Bruschi the “perfect player.” Today, Bruschi works as a game-day analyst for ESPN. Appearing in this month’s episode to discuss Bruschi’s courageous comeback are Super Bowl champion and former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis, Pro Football Hall of Fame member Len Dawson, and Pats coach Belichick. Also appearing on the program is Abbott scientist Dr. Gary Gordon, who speaks about the development of medicines and the potential promise offered by biologic medicines. In fact, America’s pharmaceutical research companies currently have more than 300 new medicines in development for heart disease and stroke. Next month’s episode of ‘Sharing Miracles’ will highlight Major League Baseball All-Star Aaron Boone, who recovered from a March 2009 open-heart surgery to return to baseball just months later. Previous episodes of ‘Sharing Miracles’ have featured Academy Award-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden, an advocate of breast cancer awareness; actor Danny Glover, who suffered from epilepsy; legendary Major League Baseball manager and cancer survivorJoe Torree; Grammy Award-winning country music superstar Naomi Judd, who overcame Hepatitis C; pioneering rapper and actor Ice-T, who speaks about his battle with heart disease; baseball great Darryl Strawberry, who twice beat colon cancer; former Philadelphia Phillies star and ESPN commentator John Kruk, who overcame testicular cancer; Emmy Award-winning actor Joey Pantoliano, who suffers from clinical depression; Football Hall-of-Famer Mike Ditka, who suffers from heart disease; and Super Bowl Champion and former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis, who has asthma. Other guests on the show have included two-time NCAA tournament-winning University of Connecticut basketball coach Jim Calhoun, who has overcome cancer three times; NBA Hall-of-Famer Dominique Wilkins; Boston Red Sox star pitcher Jon Lester, who has battled leukemia; Emmy-nominated former star of Family Ties Meredith Baxter, who survived breast cancer; Olympic gold medal winners Mark Spitz (high cholesterol), Bruce Jenner (attention deficit disorder), and Greg Louganis (HIV); syndicated television talk show host Montel Williams, who suffers from multiple sclerosis; actor and Leave It To Beaver star Jerry Mathers, who is affected by diabetes; pop icon and Broadway star Deborah Gibson, who has suffered from devastating anxiety attacks; and Pro Football Hall-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. The new episode debuts December 6. ‘Sharing Miracles’ airs on Sunday mornings on the following network–affiliated stations: KFBB-TV (ABC) Great Falls, MT, 10 am-10:30 am KVMY-TV (MyTV) Las Vegas, NV, 9 am-9:30 am WPHL-TV (MyTV) Cherry Hill, NJ, 11 am-11:30 am WSIL-TV (ABC) Cape Girardeau, MO, 10:30 am-11 am WSIL-TV (ABC) Carbondale, IL, 10:30 am-11 am WNYA-TV (MyTV) Albany, NY, 8 am-8:30 am WTOV-TV (ABC) Rockford, IL, 10:30 am-11 am KDEV-TV (ABC) Cheyenne, WY, 7:30 am-8:00 am WHBF-TV (CBS) Davenport, IA, 10 am-10:30 am WHBF-TV (CBS) Rock Island, IL, 10 am-10:30 am WMBD-TV (CBS) Peoria, IL, 10 am-10:30 am KHBB-TV (ABC) Helena, MT, 10 am-10:30 am WMTW-TV (ABC) Portland/Augusta, ME, 11:30 am-12 noon WOWK-TV (CBS) Charleston/Huntington, WV, 11:30 am-12 noon WHTM-TV (ABC) Harrisburg, PA, 11 am-11:30 am WBRZ-TV (ABC) Baton Rouge, LA, 11 am-11:30 am WCIA-TV (CBS) Springfield/Champaign/Urbana/Decatur, IL, 10:30 am-11 am WWL-TV (CBS) New Orleans, LA, 7:30 am-8 am WRAZ-TV (FOX) Raleigh, NC, 7:30 am-8 am WCTX-TV (MyTV) Hartford/New Haven, CT, 9-9:30 am WXIN-TV (FOX) Indianapolis, IN, 11:30 am-12 noon WUTB-TV (MyTV) Baltimore, MD, 9 am-9:30 WPHL-TV (MyTV) Philadelphia, PA, 11 am-11:30 am WDCA-TV (MyTV) Washington, DC, 9 am-9:30 am The show also airs on 311 community broadcast stations across the country. Community stations airing Sharing Miracles are located in the following cities: Anchorage, AK; Decatur, AL; Harrison, AR; Jones, AR; Mountain Home, AR; Casa Grande, AZ; Chandler, AZ; Chino Valley, AZ; Tempe, AZ; Anaheim/Anaheim Hills, Villa Park, CA; Brea, LaHabra, La Habra Heights, Yorba Linda, CA; Buena Park, Fullerton, Placentia, Santa Ana, CA; Compton, CA; Del Mar, CA; Gilroy, CA; Hayward, CA; Oceanside, CA; Pacifica, CA; Pasadena, CA; Petaluma, CA; Sacramento, CA; San Andreas, CA; Santa Barbara, CA; Santa Cruz, CA; Arvada, CO; Aurora, CO; Fort Collins, CO; Golden, CO; Greeley, CO; Longmont, CO; Northglenn, CO; Thornton, CO; Bridgeport, CT; Canaan, CT; East Haven, CT; Hamden, CT; Hartford, CT; Madison, CT; North Haven, CT; Plainville, CT; Simsbury, CT; Wallingford, CT; Waterbury, CT; Windsor, CT; Bradenton, FL; Brooksville, FL; Cape Coral, FL; Coral Springs, FL; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Fort Myers, FL; MacDill AFB, FL; Palm Coast, FL; Tampa, FL; Vero Beach, FL; Atlanta, GA; Dallas, GA; Douglasville, GA; Ft. Oglethorpe, GA; LaGrange, GA; Lawrenceville, GA; Hilo, HI; Ames, IA; Coralville, IA; Des Moines, IA; Fairfield, IA; Mount Vernon, IA; Muscatine, IA; North Liberty, IA; Olin, IA; Boise, ID; Coeur d'Alene, ID; Moscow, ID; Soda Springs, ID; Addison, IL; Aurora, IL; Batavia, IL; Darien, IL; Galesburg, IL; Glen Ellyn, IL; Glenview, IL; Highland Park, IL; Joliet, IL; Lake Forest, IL; Naperville, IL; Plainfield, IL; Romeoville, IL; Urbana, IL; Wheaton, IL; Austin, IN; Bloomington, IN; Connersville, IN; Fort Wayne, IN; Richmond, IN; Derby, KS; Haysville, KS; Lawrence, KS; Olathe, KS; Covington, KY; Highland Heights, KY; Louisville, KY; Paducah, KY; Bossier City, LA; Houma, LA; Lafayette, LA; Mandeville, LA; New Orleans, LA; Amherst, MA; Arlington, MA; Boston, MA; Boylston, MA; Brookline, MA; Carver, MA; Chelmsford, MA; Dracut, MA; Easthampton, MA; Foxboro, MA; Holden, MA; Hopkinton, MA; Leominster, MA; Longmeadow, MA; Lynn, MA; Marion, MA; Peabody, MA; Sandwich, MA; Wakefield, MA; Wilbraham, MA; Worcester, MA; Bel Air, MD; Columbia, MD; Easton, MD; Greenbelt, MD; Largo, MD; Rockville, MD; Bath, ME; Boothbay Harbor, ME; Bridgton, ME; Brunswick, ME; Madison, ME; Mexico, ME; Ann Arbor, MI; Berkley, MI; Byron, MI; Cadillac, MI; Farmington Hills, MI; Holland, MI; Hudsonville, MI; Kalamazoo, MI; Lake Orion, MI; Manistee, MI; Monroe, MI; Portage, MI; Romeo, MI; Wyandotte, MI; Blaine, MN; Bloomington, MN; Champlin, MN; Coon Rapids, MN; Duluth, MN; Fergus Falls, MN; Hibbing, MN; Hutchinson, MN; Inver Grove Heights, MN; Le Sueur, MN; Minneapolis, MN; Rosemont, MN; Spring Park, MN; Stillwater, MN; White Bear Lake, MN; Blue Springs, MO; Brentwood, MO; Columbia, MO; Hillsboro, MO; Independence, MO; St. Louis, MO; Ste. Genevieve, MO; Jackson, MS; Vicksburg, MS; Great Falls, MT; Helena, MT; Albemarle, NC; Charlotte, NC; Knightdale, NC; New Bern, NC; Wingate, NC; Fargo, ND; Grand Island, NE; Hastings, NE; Lincoln, NE; Omaha, NE; Claremont, NH; Derry, NH; Durham, NH; Keene, NH; Londonderry, NH; Manchester, NH; North Conway, NH; Wolfeboro, NH; Bloomfield, NJ; Jersey City, NJ; Metuchen, NJ; Montclair, NJ; Piscataway, NJ; Pomona, NJ; Princeton, NJ; Randolph, NJ; Statewide, NJ; Summit, NJ; Wayne, NJ; Albuquerque, NM; Los Alamos, NM; Rio Rancho, NM; Santa Fe, NM; Taos, NM; Boulder City, NV; Carson City, NV; Minden, NV; Chappaqua, NY; Fairport, NY; Penfield, NY; Staten Island, NY; Tivoli, NY; Webster, NY; Athens, OH; Cincinnati, OH; Cleveland, OH; Defiance, OH; Fairborn, OH; Hudson, OH; Macedonia, OH; Medina, OH; Middletown, OH; Norwood, OH; Troy, OH; Wadsworth, OH; Perry, OK; Oregon City, OR; Silverton, OR; Ardmore, PA; Bath, PA; Berwyn, PA; Bethel Park, PA; Gettysburg, PA; Harrisburg, PA; McMurray, PA; Moon Township, PA; Pottstown, PA; Reading, PA; Wayne, PA; York, PA; Greenville, SC; Rock Hill, SC; Union, SC; Clarksville, TN; Franklin, TN; Germantown, TN; Murfreesboro, TN; Arlington, TX; Denton, TX; Houston, TX; Kingsville, TX; Cedar City, UT; Cedar City, UT; Logan, UT; Salt Lake City, UT; Vernal, UT; Blacksburg, VA; Gloucester, VA; Hampton, VA; Herndon, VA; Norfolk, VA; Richmond, VA; Roanoke, VA; Suffolk, VA; Barre, VT; Bellows Falls, VT; Burlington, VT; Hyde Park, VT; Manchester Center, VT; Newport, VT; Springfield, VT; Waitsfield, VT; Bainbridge Island, WA; Bremerton, WA; Ellensburg, WA; Kent, WA; Longview, WA; Port Townsend, WA; Seattle, WA; Toppenish, WA; Wenatchee, WA; Dodgeville, WI; Eau Claire, WI; Fitchburg, WI; Hartford, WI; Janesville, WI; Kenosha, WI; Lake Mills, WI; Merrill, WI; Muskego, WI; New London, WI; Reedsburg, WI; River Falls, WI; Sun Prairie, WI; Superior, WI; Waterloo, WI; Wausau, WI; Whitehall, WI; Wisconsin Rapids, WI; Huntington, WV and Summersville, WV. The show’s corresponding Web site, www.sharingmiracles.com (http://sharingmiracles.com/), is an interactive forum for people to relate their own personal stories of hope and survival. Every patient’s battle is unique, but the collective power of shared experiences can offer great help and courage to others who are fighting for their lives. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) helps uninsured and financially-struggling patients access information on programs that provide prescription medicines for free or nearly free. To find out if they may qualify for help, patients should call toll-free 1-888-4PPA-NOW to speak with a trained specialist or visit www.pparx.org (http://www.pparx.org). The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) represents the country’s leading pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies, which are devoted to inventing medicines that allow patients to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives. PhRMA companies are leading the way in the search for new cures. PhRMA members alone invested an estimated $50.3 billion in 2008 in discovering and developing new medicines. Industry-wide research and investment reached a record $65.2 billion in 2008. PhRMA Internet Address: http://www.phrma.org (/) For information on stories of hope and survival, visit: http://sharingmiracles.com/ (http://sharingmiracles.com/) For information on how innovative medicines save lives, visit: http://www.innovation.org (http://www.innovation.org/) For information on the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, visit: http://www.pparx.org (http://www.pparx.org/) For more information on public health emergencies, visit: http://www.rxresponse.org (http://www.rxresponse.org/) For information on the danger of imported drugs, visit: http://www.buysafedrugs.info (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/) .
New Report Shows 97 Medicines and Vaccines in Development for HIV/AIDS
Tue, 24 Nov 2009 13:01:31 +0100
New Report Shows 97 Medicines and VaccinesCurrently in Development for HIV/AIDS Washington, D.C. (November 24, 2009) — America’s pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies are testing 97 medicines and vaccines to treat or prevent HIV/AIDS and related conditions, according to a new report [Medicines in Development for HIV/AIDS 2009 (files/News%20Med%20for%20HIV-AIDS%202009.pdf).Read the backgrounder (publications/fact_sheets/medicines_and_vaccines_in_development_for_hiv%10aids/)on the report. The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) represents the country’s leading pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies, which are devoted to inventing medicines that allow patients to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives. PhRMA companies are leading the way in the search for new cures. PhRMA members alone invested an estimated $50.3 billion in 2008 in discovering and developing new medicines. Industry-wide research and investment reached a record $65.2 billion in 2008. PhRMA Internet Address: www.phrma.org (/) For information on stories of hope and survival, visit: http://sharingmiracles.com/ (http://sharingmiracles.com/) PhRMA en Español: www.nuestraphrma.org (http://www.nuestraphrma.org/) For information on how innovative medicines save lives, visit: www.innovation.org (http://www.innovation.org/) For information on the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, visit: www.pparx.org (http://www.pparx.org/) For more information on public health emergencies, visit: www.rxresponse.org (http://www.rxresponse.org/) For information on the danger of imported drugs, visit: w (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/)ww.buysafedrugs.info (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/).
PhRMA Statement on Senate Health Care Reform Bill
Thu, 19 Nov 2009 23:22:10 +0100
PhRMA Statement on Senate Health Care Reform Bill Washington, D.C. (November 19, 2009) – Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) Senior Vice President Ken Johnson released the following statement about the Senate health care reform bill:www.phrma.org (/) For information on stories of hope and survival, visit: http://sharingmiracles.com/ (http://sharingmiracles.com/) PhRMA en Español: www.nuestraphrma.org (http://www.nuestraphrma.org/) For information on how innovative medicines save lives, visit: www.innovation.org (http://www.innovation.org/) For information on the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, visit: www.pparx.org (http://www.pparx.org/) For more information on public health emergencies, visit: www.rxresponse.org (http://www.rxresponse.org/) For information on the danger of imported drugs, visit: w (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/)ww.buysafedrugs.info (http://www.buysafedrugs.info/) .
 
 
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