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Working Together to Fight the Coronavirus

By now, most people have heard of hydroxychloroquine.  This is not a new drug and has been used to treat malaria since the 1950s.  It is being investigated to see if it effective in fighting the coronavirus in a clinical trial in New York City.

April 1, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585775359

CAGW Releases 10 Principles for Emergency Spending Bills

CAGW offers 10 principles for any legislation related to the coronavirus and other emegency spending bills considered by Congress.

Trump Administration Initiates Wide-Reaching Changes to Aid in COVID-19 Patient Surge

CMS Administrator Seema Verma announced numerous changes the administration is making to Medicare.

March 31, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585688206

Pay Attention to the Coronavirus Modelling

On March 31, the White House Coronavirus Task Force has promised a discussion on how they are using the data being gathered from hospitals and laboratories across the nation.

March 31, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585666877

Coalition Urges President Trump to Oppose Buy American Executive Order

CCAGW joins coalition urging President Trump to reject any EOs that would destabilize the health care supply chain at this sensitive time.

No Patents = No Drugs or Medical Devices

This is not the time to promote a radical agenda to take advantage of the coronavirus crisis.

March 30, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585591054

Want to Help Fight the Coronavirus with Equipment or Services?

Help supply medical supplies, non-medical supplies, equipment, and services to fight the coronavirus.

March 27, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585315785

How Will the CDC Use its $500 Million Surveillance System?

The CDC received $500 million to modernize its surveillance, data collection, and analytics infrastructure system.

March 26, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585256390

Capitalism and Free Markets Will Help Us Through Pandemics

As the U.S. faces its biggest health crisis in 100 years, Americans anxiously await effective treatments and a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus.

March 24, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585082687

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