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Voters for Cures

Voters For Cures is the leading voice for patients and those who care for them. We all want to know that innovative new medicines will be there when we need them, but too often individual patients have a hard time making sure that their voices and stories are heard. Our mission is to support medical progress and the polices that make new medicines possible. We advocate for proposals that support the next generation of treatments and cures and make sure people can get the medicines they need.

 

Our efforts focus on three core areas:

 

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Protecting Breakthroughs

In recent years, rapid advances in scientific discovery have ushered in a new era of medicine, transforming our ability to treat some of the most challenging diseases ranging from cancer and asthma to autoimmune conditions and more.

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Washington is considering policy changes that could threaten innovation

New policy proposals in Washington threaten to hamstring investment in innovation and jeopardize breakthroughs.

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Help Protect the Breakthroughs of Tomorrow

Help Protect the Breakthroughs of Tomorrow

Modern advancements in personalized medicines and breakthrough treatments are changing lives and providing hope. But some in Washington, DC, have suggested policy changes that would hamstring investment in science and jeopardize the very breakthroughs we expect.

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We Cannot Take Progress for Granted

We Cannot Take Progress for Granted

We are in a new era of medical discovery and have the potential to revolutionize the treatment of costly and debilitating diseases. But we must not take this progress for granted.

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8 Questions with Pat Quinn, An ALS Patient and Advocate

8 Questions with Pat Quinn, An ALS Patient and Advocate

Pat Quinn is a patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS.

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A Lifeline for Blood Cancer

The battle against blood cancer is one that can strike early, often beginning in childhood. But thanks to the unstoppable resolve of researchers, groundbreaking treatments can now harness the body's own cells to power the fight and help give back time to patients and their families.

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