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World AIDS Day: Remembering those we’ve lost and exploring the continued fight against HIV/AIDS

By Andrew Powaleny  |    December 1, 2021
Today, as we mark World AIDS Day and commemorate those who lost their lives to AIDS-related illnesses, we want to recognize the impressive advancements in HIV/AIDS scientific research and drug...   Read More

Global COVID-19 vaccination matters now and for the future

By Anne McDonald Pritchett, PhD  |    November 29, 2021
Recently, I joined a panel at the Aspen Security Forum to discuss how we can best get vaccines in arms around the globe as we fight COVID-19. As I noted during my remarks, the world is more...   Read More

Guest post: Congress shouldn’t put future innovation at risk

By Guest Contributor  |    November 29, 2021
Conversations and healthy debate about issues facing our industry and the health care system are critical to addressing some of today’s challenges and opportunities. The PhRMA blog welcomes guest...   Read More

What’s missing in the current drug pricing plan

By Brian Newell  |    November 23, 2021
A recent congressional forum looked at the role pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) play in determining what patients pay out of pocket for prescription medicines. The forum provided an important...   Read More

Insurance design barriers can impact patient adherence and can lead to poor health outcomes

By Cynthia Hicks  |    November 23, 2021
According to our inaugural Patient Experience Survey (PES), insurance design can jeopardize patients’ health due to access barriers to medicines.     Read More

ICYMI: PhRMA CEO speaks at STAT Summit about government price setting

By Andrew Powaleny  |    November 19, 2021
As part of the annual STAT Summit, PhRMA President and CEO Stephen J. Ubl recently spoke with STAT’s Matthew Herper to discuss the many unintended consequences expected from the latest drug...   Read More

Making medicines more affordable: Sharing savings at the pharmacy counter

By Emilie Signora  |    November 19, 2021
Common-sense reforms can help ensure everyone benefits from America’s engine of innovation and receives the care they need and deserve. In this series, we’re taking a closer look at PhRMA’s...   Read More

Preventing the next public health emergency: New evidence demonstrates need to address antimicrobial resistance

By Jocelyn Ulrich  |    November 18, 2021
COVID-19 is not the first pandemic caused by a novel strain of a virus affecting the upper respiratory tract. Over the past 100 years, pandemics have been caused by novel forms of influenza and...   Read More

Three things to know about so-called Medicare “negotiation” polling

By Tom Wilbur  |    November 18, 2021
As policymakers continue to push partisan drug pricing proposals, several polls misrepresenting voter opinion have been circulated to try and justify these flawed policies. These polls fail to...   Read More

In the current health care debate, Congress has lost sight of what matters to U.S. voters

By Debra DeShong  |    November 15, 2021
For months Congress has been debating massive changes to the nation’s social safety net, one of which is the highly popular Medicare prescription drug benefit. Unfortunately, much of what is being...   Read More

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