Campaign for Cures

The Campaign for Cures Election 2016 blog features news, analysis, commentary and data about the presidential candidates and congressional races in key states on issues relevant to medical progress. Janice Lloyd, former USA Today senior editor and health reporter, manages The Campaign for Cures blog. You can reach Janice at campaignforcures@gmail.com.  Follow Campaign for Cures, a national voter education initiative, on Twitter and Facebook and visit www.campaignforcures.org

Another debate down. Another disappointment for Americans looking for an intelligent discussion about many issues, including the role of medical research and innovation. During the second...
When you or a loved one gets the devastating news about having a disease, biomedical research suddenly becomes front and center in your world. What’s the latest treatment? Is there a cure? Whether it...
Will the candidates aim to find new treatments and cures for cancer, Alzheimer’s and Autism, diseases that rob millions of Americans of healthy lives and also cripple their spending power? What will...
During the lame-duck session after the November elections, Congress is expected to take action on a slimmed down version of the 21st Century Cures legislation. Among the remaining obstacles, the...
While many important topics were discussed in the first presidential debate Monday night, overall the presidential candidates missed an opportunity to discuss their vision for advancing medical...
The presidential and vice presidential debates need to commit time focusing on how the candidates would prevent and treat deadly diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease and...

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Presidential Candidates Should Participate in Debate on Science

 
Source: A Research!America and ScienceDebate.org poll of U.S. adults conducted in partnership with Zogby Analytics in September 2015.

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Anna Briseno
Communications Manager