The National Center for Health Research
analyzes and explains the latest research-based information that patients, policy makers, and the public can use to improve their own health and to develop better health programs and policies. The U.S. has the most expensive healthcare in the world, but we don’t live as long as men and women in Europe, Australia, or Canada.
Our name was formerly the National Research Center for Women & Families
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In The News
Our 2016 annual Awards Luncheon
will be held on Monday, May 9
. Reserve tickets now!
See our 2015 photos and program information here
. To see our previous honorees, click here
Find out how to apply to attend our 2016 Patient Advocacy Workshop
in Washington DC!
Sign On To Our Letter To Congress
Congress is working on a law that would lower
the standards for new medical products. Congress says it will benefit patients, but to be a “cure” a treatment should actually help patients, not just enrich stockholders.
If you want safe medications instead of expensive, ineffective ones, please add your name to this letter.
To learn more about the problems with this bill, click here
What You Need To Know
Do you think drug ads are providing helpful information or selling us a fantasy about miracle cures?
See our 2015 survey results about problems with Essure permanent birth control.
Find out about our #LetterstoAnnie
project. What killed Annie, a healthy young woman? How can you protect yourself or your daughter? Each week, we will unravel the mystery through letters from Annie’s mom to her daughter: www.letterstoannie.org
If you or a loved one have been harmed by a birth control pill or implant, click here.
Patient advocates from across the country joined us for a day of training to learn more about the FDA process and how patients can have their voices heard.
25 major medical groups recommended which medical tests you DON’T need. Why pay for tests that might even hurt you?
YAZ, Yasmin, Beyaz, and other drospirenone hormonal birth control pills have been found to put women at an increased risk for serious blood clots. Read why
. Or read about all your birth control options.
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