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1. Anthrax: developing drugs for prophylaxis of inhalational anthrax

3. Cancer clinical trial eligibility criteria: minimum age considerations for inclusion of pediatric patients : guidance for industry and IRBs

4. Challenges and joys: pediatricians reflect on caring for children with special health care needs

5. Clarification of orphan designation of drugs and biologics for pediatric subpopulations of common diseases

9. E11(R1) addendum: clinical investigation of medicinal products in the pediatric population

11. Living in an immigrant family in America: how fear and toxic stress are affecting daily life, well-being, & health

12. Medication errors affecting pediatric patients: unique challenges for this special population

14. Oncology pharmaceuticals: reproductive toxicity testing and labeling recommendations

15. Pediatric HIV infection: drug product development for treatment

16. Pediatric information incorporated into human prescription drug and biological product labeling

18. Pediatric trauma centers: availability, outcomes, and federal support related to pediatric trauma care : report to Congressional requesters

19. Promoting children's long-term health and functioning: applying a life course approach to pediatric care for children with special health care needs

20. Rhode Island's Pediatric Practice Enhancement Project: parents helping parents and practitioners

22. Severely debilitating or life-threatening hematologic disorders: nonclinical development of pharmaceuticals

23. Spurring innovation: the role of child health policy

24. Survey compares adult and pediatric chronic condition management in primary care practices

25. Survey: quantifying pediatricians' views on caring for children with special health care needs