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Vanderbilt University Medical Center is studying genetic risk factors and long-term complications of Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis (SJS/TEN) and is seeking patient participation. Learn more.


Our 2022 National Leadership Conference (NLC) will begin on Monday, January 31 with a kick-off webinar highlighting tips and tricks for attending virtual Hill visits. NLC registrants should be on the lookout for an emailed Outlook appointment with login information, talking...


Plan your schedule ahead for the 2022 Annual Meeting! Explore the Agenda at a Glance to ensure you don't miss out on all we have planned for you in Las Vegas. See you there!


One of the most important things to do when involved in a car accident is to focus on safety and survival. The worst accidents are the most disorienting, and being able to perceive and address immediate dangers can make the difference between life and death. Common injuries...


Hundreds of thousands of American veterans were exposed to toxic fumes from burn pits on bases in Iraq and Afghanistan. So far, though, the Department of Veterans Affairs still denies the vast majority of their claims for respiratory illness and rare cancers.

source: NPR

On Nov. 5, 2021, the explosion of a fuel tanker in Freetown killed more than 100 people and injured another 100. Facing a fuel shortage in the country, people gathered around the wreckage, collecting gasoline that leaked from the truck -- then it exploded. Humanity & Inclusion...

source: ReliefWeb


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