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NACDS Foundation Supports Increased HIV Testing Awareness
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NACDS Total Store Expo Announces New “Vision 2027” Participants
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NACDS Meets with CDC and other Stakeholders on Pandemic Readiness

Last week NACDS, with support from the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), held a meeting to discuss strategies to improve public-private partnerships, which would lead to earlier and more broadly available pandemic vaccine.


Congress Continues to Seek Solutions on Opioid Abuse

Congress continues measures to address the nation’s opioid abuse epidemic. Yesterday, during the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Hearing on Oversight of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), senior member and former chairman of the Committee Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) asked DEA Acting Administrator Chuck Rosenberg what the DEA is doing to implement NACDS-backed legislation, S. 483, the Ensuring Patient Access and Drug Enforcement Act, which was signed into law on April 19, 2016.


Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) learned more about provider status legislation--H.R. 592, the Pharmacy and Medically Underserved Areas Enhancement Act--during an NACDS RxIMPACT in-district activity, "Government in the Grocery," hosted by Albertsons Companies.
Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) Learns More about Provider Status Bill at "Government in the Grocery" Event

You could have about 400,000 pharmacists available to help with your number one killer.

--Dr. Ross T. Tsuyuki, a professor of medicine at the University of Alberta, on the expanded role pharmacists could play in helping prevent heart attacks in patients

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NACDS, NCPA Urge Congress to Support TRICARE Pilot Program
NACDS Total Expo: Preparation is Key
House Energy and Commerce Committee Member Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) participated in an NACDS RxIMPACT pharmacy tour of a Rite Aid in Lancaster, N.Y., on Monday. Photo: Rep. Chris Collins
Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) Discusses Provider Status, Opioid Abuse on Rite Aid Pharmacy Tour in Lancaster, N.Y.
New Research Shows Decline in Accidental Acetaminophen Overdoses

The Acetaminophen Awareness Coalition (AAC) highlighted research this week showing that progress is being made to increase awareness of the safe use of acetaminophen—one of the most common drug ingredients in the U.S.


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NACDS Congressional Statement Urges Provider Status, MTM
Veterans from World War II and the Korean War visiting Washington, D.C. last year as part of Brookshire Grocery Co.'s annual Heroes Flight program, which has brought more than 330 veterans to D.C. to honor their service in commemoration of Memorial Day.
Giving Back to Those Who Gave All for Freedom
Congressional In-District Work Period Advances Grassroots Efforts

Members of Congress are currently home for in-district work periods, which happen about nine times during every session of Congress. A typical recess lasts one to two weeks, while the August in-district work period usually lasts for the entire month.


The March of Dimes Foundation’s Paul E. Jarris and the NACDS Foundation’s Kathleen Jaeger