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AAJ News

AAJ supports FDA proposed rule to allow generic drug manufacturers to independently update their warning labels. Comments | Petition

AAJ President Burton LeBlanc releases statement on the Rep. John Shimkus' (R-IL) draft Chemicals in Commerce Act. Read statement here.

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Conventions & Meetings

2014 Annual Convention
July 26-29, 2014
Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

AAJ Advocacy in Action

Oppose Chemical Industry Legislation

Use this link to urge opposition to the Chemicals in Commerce Act.

Generic Drug Petition

Prescribe Justice to Generic Drug Corporations: Sign petition to the FDA.

MSP Update

AAJ urges CMS to clarifiy rule about web portal created by the SMART Act.

 Read AAJ’s comments filed with CMS.

 

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