On October 29, 2021, Cara Coleman (JD, MPH), Family Voices’ Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, was publicly celebrated in a series of University-sponsored private and public events—including one event before an audience of 80,000—as the current recipient of the...
We have a framework! Last week the White House released the Build Back Better framework for reconciliation. Notably, the framework includes an invitation to share how the Build Back Better plan will affect CYSHCN and families. Take a look at it, and scroll to the...
With millions of U.S. children eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine, many health experts are urging parents and guardians to immunize their children — especially since the highly transmissible delta variant is the dominant strain in the United States. Read more...
The Food and Drug Administration is aiming to grant emergency use authorization to the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 on October 27, according to federal officials familiar with the plans. Read more here.
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