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33 Organizations Representing Millions of Patients Urge Policymakers to Adopt "Patient-First" Policy Agenda
A coalition of 33 organizations representing millions of people with pre-existing conditions launched an unprecedented effort by releasing their top priorities for the next Administration.
Seven Million American Women of Childbearing Age Live in Counties with Limited or No Maternity Care, Contributing to Maternal and Infant Health Crisis, Finds New March of Dimes Report
Organizations nationwide support #BlanketChange by demanding equity, access and prevention to improve the health of moms & babies
March of Dimes Inc. takes the protection and proper use of donor information very seriously. The organization was recently notified by one of its database providers, Blackbaud, of a security incident in which they stopped a ransomware attack.
Both organizations will work together to bridge racial disparities impacting pregnant women across the country
March of Dimes And The Humana Foundation Partner To Eliminate Health Equity Gap Impacting Moms And Babies Across The U.S.
March of Dimes, the nation's leader in the fight for the health of all moms and babies, and The Humana Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Humana Inc. are working together to address the racial disparities and social determinants of health that contribute to the U.S. maternal and infant health crisis.
March of Dimes announces three young investigators as recipients of the 2020 Basil O'Connor Starter Scholar Research Awards: Dr. Ripla Arora from Michigan State University, Dr. Corina Lesseur from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Dr. Jamie Lo from Oregon Health & Science University.
Katana Pharmaceuticals Awarded up to $1.05 Million Innovative Challenge Grant from March of Dimes to Support the Development of a Novel Non-Opioid Treatment for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Katana Pharmaceuticals Inc., a San Francisco-based startup biotech company developing novel treatments for neonatal patient populations and rare pediatric disorders, announced the receipt of the first payment of an up to $1.05 million Innovative Challenge Grant from March of Dimes to develop a novel non-opioid treatment for neonatal abstinence syndrome.*
March of Dimes, the nation's leader in the fight for the health of all moms and babies, is unveiling a number of services and resources at no cost for expecting and new mothers, to provide the advice and support they need as the country strives to combat the spread of COVID-19.
March of Dimes, the leading organization fighting for the health of moms and babies, announced the appointment of Ariel Gonzalez, Esq. as Senior Vice President of Policy and Government Relations.
March of Dimes expressed its support for a series of bills introduced in the House of Representatives by the Black Maternal Health Caucus to address the nation's maternal health crisis.
Calls for Comprehensive Policy Response to Save Lives, Protect Health of Moms & Babies
March Of Dimes Welcomes Five New Leaders To Its National Board Of Trustees To Fight For The Health Of All Moms & Babies
March of Dimes, the leading nonprofit fighting for the health of moms and babies, announced the appointment of five new members to its National Board of Trustees.
New Expanded Report Examines State of Maternal and Infant Health in States and Cities across the Country; Outlines Actions Needed to Improve Health Outcomes for Moms and Babies
March of Dimes released the following statement from President and CEO Stacey D. Stewart, in response to the publication of an article in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) documenting persistent racial/ethnic disparities in pregnancy-related deaths.
March of Dimes released the following statement from Rahul Gupta, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP, Chief Medical & Health Officer, Senior Vice President, in response to the release of the U.S. Surgeon General's Advisory: Marijuana Use and the Developing Brain.
Statement from March of Dimes President and CEO Stacey D. Stewart Regarding Ongoing Family Separation and Inadequate Care of Pregnant Women in Immigration Custody
"March of Dimes is extremely concerned about reports of the ongoing separation of families and the inadequate prenatal care provided to pregnant women in U.S. border detention facilities, which has resulted in increased rates of miscarriage, stillbirth and preterm babies.
Chef Dominique Crenn, The First Female Recipient Of Three Michelin Stars In The United States, To Be Honored At March of Dimes Los Angeles Signature Chefs Auction
Culinary Celebrities Join Forces at L.A.'s Premier Tasting Event to Fight for the Health of All Moms and Babies
Statement of Stacey D. Stewart, President and CEO, March of Dimes on the Administration Finalizing its "Public Charge" Rule Endangering Pregnant Women & Children
March of Dimes released the following statement from Stacey D. Stewart, President and CEO, in response to the Administration's action today finalizing the rule on the circumstances under which immigrants could be considered a "public charge," thereby endangering their immigration status.
The Department of Homeland Security finalized a new rule that will deter use of vital services for some immigrant populations.
Statement From Stacey D. Stewart, President And CEO Of March Of Dimes, On New Federal Data Showing More Babies Being Born Too Soon For 4th Year In A Row
March of Dimes released the following statement from President and CEO Stacey D. Stewart regarding the new federal report on 2018 provisional birth data