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National Pain Care Policy Act of 2009

Voices for Pain Are Heard in the US US Info

The American Pain Foundation has succeeded in getting approval from the US House of Representative’s Energy and Commerce Committee for a National Pain Care Policy Act. This policy will help to combat pain by allowing the Pain Consortium at the National Institutes of Health in the US to expand their research into the cause and treatments of pain, pain care education and training for healthcare professionals, national public awareness in pain management and authorising an Institute of Medicine conference in pain management. This legislation will now move to the main government house and then the U.S. Senate. 

GOOD NEWS
NATIONAL PAIN CARE POLICY ACT APPROVED BY COMMITTEE!

Our voices are being heard! The U.S. House of Representative’s Energy and Commerce Committee approved the National Pain Care Policy Act of 2009 (H.R. 756). The legislation will now move to the full House for consideration and then travel to the U.S. Senate!

If signed, the National Pain Care Policy Act of 2009 would combat pain by authorizing a Pain Consortium at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to expand research on causes and treatments for pain; providing comprehensive pain care education and training for healthcare professionals; creating a national public awareness campaign on pain management; and by authorizing an Institute of Medicine conference on pain management.

Read full bill summary.

Encourage organizations to support this bill! Click here to learn more.

View American Pain Foundation’s press release.

We will continue to keep you informed on the progress of the National Pain Care Policy Act of 2009.

Thank you!

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