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IOM Elects 65 New Members, Five Foreign Associates
Released: 10/17/2011

The IOM announced the names of 65 new members and five foreign associates on October 17 in conjunction with its 41st annual meeting. Election to the IOM is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.

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IOM Report Recommends Eight Additional Preventive Health Services to Promote Women's Health
Released: 7/19/2011

A new report from the IOM recommends that eight preventive health services for women be added to the services that health plans will cover at no cost to patients under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA).

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  • Press Release (HTML)
  • Recommendations for Preventive Services for Women that Should be Considered by HHS (HTML)
  • Report Brief (PDF, HTML)
  • Testimony before House Judiciary Committee (PDF)
  • Testimony before House Oversight & Government Reform Committee (PDF)
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Increased Attention to Women’s Health Research Has Yielded Gains On Some Important Conditions, But Progress Lags on Others
Released: 9/23/2010

A concerted effort to boost research on women's health over the last two decades has lessened the burden of disease and reduced deaths among women due to cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, and cervical cancer, says a new report from the IOM. The effort has yielded less but still significant progress in reducing the effects of depression, HIV/AIDS, and osteoporosis on women.

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