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FAMEDS Avastin Patient Series:

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Welcome to Freedom of Access to Medicines, the only dedicated source of information on the fight of women to choose the life-saving drug Avastin. An estimated 17,500 women with incurable metastatic breast cancer currently rely on Avastin to stay alive. With your help, they and their doctors will remain free to choose Avastin.

Due to the actions of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, these women’s lives are threatened. Defend these women’s right to choose the medicines that keep them alive today and you will be protecting your life tomorrow.

The FDA is making a tragic mistake, without scientific merit. Yet the FDA claims its decision is based solely on science. We The People need to send a loud message to the President, Congress and the FDA:  hands off our women. Protect us with the freedom to choose safe health options. Do the right thing America - save these women now.

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Avastin Fight Song

Composer and performer, Andrew Katz, NYC

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