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Expanded access programs, sometimes also called “compassionate use” programs, provide patients with serious or immediately life-threatening diseases or conditions access to investigational products outside of clinical tria
Today, the Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA (FDA Foundation) and the Retail Dietitians Business Alliance (RDBA) jointly launched Supporting Healthier Eating in the New Normal: The Ultimate Retail Dietitians Toolkit.
More than 32 million individuals have survived a confirmed COVID-19 viral infection in the USA [1, 2], and a substantial proportion of post-COVID survivors are suffering from prolonged, recurrent, and/or newly emerging symptoms that span across bodily systems and organs [3]. The spectrum of symptoms and disabilities observed in this setting has been alarming and suggests that the “post-COVID syndrome” is a pan-inflammatory disease with highly variable disease expression and consequences [4]. However, accurately and completely characterizing post-COVID syndrome is difficult because many individuals with acute COVID-19 infection were not hospitalized, and therefore were not tracked through standard, in-patient-based data reporting mechanisms to public health authorities [5].
Scientists at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have devoted countless hours to ensuring that the COVID-19 vaccines being deployed and those in the development pipeline are safe and effective.
After nine months of suffering, isolation and economic downturn on an unprecedented international scale, the expedited development and approval of COVID-19 vaccines has shown us the light at the tunnel’s end.
In recent months, scientists and policymakers around the globe have rallied together with one common goal: to eliminate Covid-19.
Trust is health’s most valuable player COVID-19 has made clear that the 
December 17, 2020 (Washington, D.C.) As Americans patiently await their turn for COVID-19 vaccination, a group of leading medical, health equity and public policy experts discussed and an