Report Questions Benefit of FDA Accelerated Approval Pathway

112 of the 253 authorized drugs have not been confirmed as clinically effective; 24 of these have been on market more than five years
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Substantial number of patients report delayed or forgone care due to an administrative task
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As vaccinations are controlled by individual states, White House does not have the power to compel all Americans to get the shots
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Racial and ethnic diversity grew more slowly than representation of women in U.S. academic medicine from 1990 through 2019
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White Americans benefit from greater than average spending on preventive care versus non - White populations
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Slight decrease seen from 2019, but difference was not significant; 13.9 percent of adults and 5.1 percent of children uninsured in 2020
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This study is being conducted in the Americas and Europe where different strains of HIV are circulating. Given these differentiating factors and following consultations with the Mosaico study independent Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB), it was decided that the Mosaico study will continue at this time. “We are extremely grateful to the women who volunteered for the Imbokodo study, and to our partners, including the people on the frontlines, all of whom are contributing every day to this enduring quest to make HIV history,” said Paul Stoffels, M.D., Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee and Chief Scien...
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Vaccine hesitancy highest among Black and Hispanic or Latino health care workers; concerns include side effects, newness of vaccine
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No medical specialty has Black faculty representation in proportion to current U.S. population estimates
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