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The U.S is working to increase pressure on Iran, and many Iranians are struggling. The State Department is challenging Iran's charges that the U.S. is cutting off access to cancer drugs.

U.S. Sanctions Cut Off Iranians’ Access To Medicine, Iran Says

By Steve Inskeep NPR
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