Act Today: Oppose the ban on potentially life-saving medical research

Legislation being considered by the state Legislature (Assembly Bill 305 and Senate Bill 260) threatens the ability of biomedical researchers to deliver new, life-saving cures to patients in Wisconsin and beyond. These researchers are working on new tests and treatments for the most deadly and debilitating diseases and disorders, including cancer, genetic disorders, diabetes, epilepsy, heart failure, rheumatoid arthritis, and Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. For more information, CLICK HERE.

Contact your state legislators today!
To call your legislator to express your opposition to AB 305 and SB 260, please dial the Legislative Hotline at 1-800-362-9472. All you need to do is tell your legislator you oppose AB 305 and SB 260, but you are welcome to tell them why you oppose the bills, as well. Remember, you are represented by both a state senator and a state representative. Please try to be in touch with both.

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About Us

Cures for Tomorrow is a coalition of Wisconsin academic research institutions, bioscience-related trade groups and health care providers. The coalition supports and advocates for biomedical research in the state and is committed to educating the public about the value of biomedical research to individual patients and the state as a whole. Read more

Bioscience research in Wisconsin


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Wisconsin is an internationally-recognized leader in biomedical research.

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The impact of biomedical research can be felt everywhere in Wisconsin, across the country and around the world.

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