Comments on Distributing Risk Information for Approved Prescription Drugs and Biological Products

August 25, 2014. As members of the Patient, Consumer and Public Health Coalition, we strongly urge the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to withdraw its draft guidance proposing to allow pharmaceutical firms to distribute to health care providers and facilities scientific medical literature suggesting that the risk information for prescription drugs and biological products are less than what is stated in the FDA-approved product labeling. Continue reading

You’re Invited to a Conference: How Can Healthcare be Improved with Comparative Effectiveness Research?

Register Now for our March 18th Conference in Washington, D.C. on “How Can Healthcare be Improved with Comparative Effectiveness Research,” co-sponsored by Consumer Reports. If you’re a leader in public health or health policy, or you represent consumers, patients or health professionals, you won’t want to miss this! Continue reading