Science must drive policy because policy drives change.
SWHR develops and champions public policy concepts that are grounded in science in order to improve women’s health.
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Access, Policy Engagement
In a letter to the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER), SWHR expressed concern over the methodology and conclusions of ICER's Effectiveness and Value Draft Evidence Report for aducanumab, a new potential treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Policy Engagement, Science
SWHR signed on to letters to Labor HHS Subcommittee leadership in the House and Senate with requests for the fiscal year 2022 Labor HHS appropriations bill that would lead to meaningful progress toward helping those with osteoporosis.
Policy Engagement, Regulatory
SWHR sent a letter urging Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra to prioritize the important work of the Offices of Women's Health within the HHS.