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S. 627 would provide incentives for investment in research and development for new medicines, to enhance access to new medicines.
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Latest Major Action: 3/20/2013: Referred to Senate committee. Status: Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.
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See Bills on the Same Subject:Advanced technology and technological innovations, Advisory bodies, Drug safety, medical device, and laboratory regulation, Health, Health care costs and insurance, Insurance industry and regulation, Intellectual property, Manufacturing, Marketing and advertising, Medical research, Prescription drugs, Research administration and funding, Research and development, User charges and fees
Sponsor: Sen. Bernard Sanders (I-VT)
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