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Hepatitis C treatment gets political in Spain

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Access to medicines is an increasingly politicized issue and companies will be watching how cash strapped governments respond to mounting pressure to provide patients with their expensive drugs. Ahead of this year's general election, the Spanish health ministry is trying to appease angry hepatitis C patients/voters amid counter calls and pledges from the opposition to take increasingly drastic action to make sure patients get the medicines they need.

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