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Tax reform impacts children with rare diseases, including Richard Engel’s son
The tax reform legislation recently passed under President Trump affects families with children who have rare diseases, by dramatically reducing the incentive for research into such diseases. The issue impacts NBC’s Richard Engel, because he has a son with a rare genetic disorder. Engel reports on TODAY.
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