Preserve Patient Access in NAFTA

The U.S. is actively negotiating with Mexico and Canada to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). One of the provisions under discussion would increase brand-name drug exclusivity (i.e., monopolies) as part of a new trilateral agreement. Imposing additional brand-name drug exclusivity only keeps already high brand drug prices out of reach for patients for longer.

Congress must vote to approve a revised NAFTA. Contact lawmakers now to oppose the inclusion of monopoly protections for brand-name drugs that keep prices for patients higher for longer and delays competition from more affordable generics and biosimilars.

Paid for by the Association for Accessible Medicines.

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