Following recent overwhelming passage in the Senate, The Prescription Drug User Fee Act comes closer to becoming law after swift passage in the House of their version of the bill last night by a vote of 387-5. Both bills now move to conference for reconciliation.…
Added by Ryan Fischer on May 31, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments
As the U.S. Senate continues debate on legislation that seeks to accelerate delivery of safe and effective therapies to patients and to increase the patient voice as part of the therapy review process, PPMD is pleased to offer our enthusiastic endorsement of the legislation.
Over the past several months, PPMD has fought to include several key provisions included in the Senate version of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act, commonly referred to as the…Continue
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Added by PPMD on May 17, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments
Getting it all done and figuring out what needs to be done first. Everyone, whether you are dealing with Duchenne or not, feels the pressure of time and faces a daunting, ever-growing to-do list. But when you’re dealing with a disorder like Duchenne, that clock ticks louder. In their monthly co-blog, PPMD President Pat Furlong and Colorado FACES coordinator, Ivy Scherbarth try to sort through priorities and what in our lives deserves more of our time and energy. Please take a moment…Continue
Thank you for participating in last week’s webinar on DuchenneConnect data! Many of you asked questions during the webinar that we were unfortunately unable to get to within the hour. We have done our best to answer all questions submitted.
Please see the list of Q&A's following the webinar video below, and let me know if you have any additional follow up questions!…
Added by Ann Martin on May 2, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments