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Duke Health Government Relations works to build and strengthen relationships with policy makers and others whose understanding and support are vital to Duke Health. Our office is the primary liaison between Duke Health and the U.S. Congress and the Executive Branch. We facilitate the development, implementation, and advocacy of Duke Health's federal agenda. Learn More

Our office continues to engage lawmakers in Congress on key health care issues impacting Duke. Check out our Resources page for links to how you can find your rep!

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Policy Insights

The Intersection of Research and Federal Policy

Breast cancer ribbon Urban Environmental Exposures Drive Increased Breast Cancer Incidence

Research support came from the National Institutes of Health, the National Cancer Institute, and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

Jose Ramon Conejo-Garcia, MD, PhD, (left), worked with co-authors Mostafa Eysha, PhD; Luis Bailon, PhD; and co-senior author Carmen Anadon, PhD, on an antibody approach for precision cancer treatment. (Photo by Les Todd) Antibody Targets Deep-Seated KRAS Cancer Mutations

Research support came from the National Institutes of Health.

Image of a COVID vaccine Single Vaccine Protects Against Three Deadly Strains of Coronavirus

Research support came from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is part of the National Institutes of Health.

Doctors performing surgery Antibody Shows Promise for Preventing Organ Rejection After Transplantation

Research support came from the National Institutes of Health.