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Kaiser Health News 04/25/2019 08:34
An erosion of public trust in anything Big Pharma says is undermining advocates' efforts to get parents to trust the vaccines that are coming from the companies. Meanwhile, in California legislation moves forward that would remove doctors' ability to grant exemptions--placing that authority in a state official, instead. News comes out of Oregon, as well.
Kaiser Health News 04/25/2019 08:34
Majorities in both parties also want the government to act on high drug prices as well, a new tracking poll finds. The poll also shows that the Trump administration is out of sync with Americans when it comes to overturning the health law. Just slightly more than one-fourth of the public overall say that Congress should repeal the ACA.
Kaiser Health News 04/25/2019 08:34
The research done to create the life-saving pill was funded by taxpayer money, but talks have stalled about royalties so the government hasn't been able to collect. For its part, a Gilead spokesman said “there are no ongoing negotiations between Gilead and HHS” about patents owned by the government. In other pharmaceutical news: the fault lines in the Democratic party over drug prices; experts suggest its time to kill off copays; FDA taps a public health expert to lead its regulatory policy office; the FTC sues Surescripts; and more.
Kaiser Health News 04/24/2019 08:35
The change redraws the map for how donated livers are distributed. United Network, a nonprofit that manages the U.S. organ transplant system and devised the new policy, said in a statement that the move "provides a fairer, more equitable system for all liver patients — no matter where they live — as they wait for a lifesaving transplant." But hospitals say the policy fails to account for unique geographical needs. In other public health news: rape, representation, sedentary lifestyles, and phone-induced stress levels.
Kaiser Health News 04/24/2019 08:35
The bill doesn’t require school districts to arm teachers, but does authorize local school boards to decide. “What this bill does is provide the 67 school districts, the 67 different communities in this state, with the ability to do what they need to do to protect our kids,” said Republican state Sen. Manny Diaz Jr., chair of the Senate education committee. Opponents argued the bill could imperil students by adding more firearms on campuses and leading to dangerous mishaps.

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