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Patients. Not Politicians.

Patients and their doctors should decide what medicines are best for them. But, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) lets politicians decide what medicines are valuable and which diseases get researched. It risks future treatments, including possible cures. It could lead to fewer choices for seniors.

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Fix the IRA so patients don’t lose access to medicines and critical R&D isn’t jeopardized.

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