‘Right to Try’ Seeks Traction in US

March 16, 2018

(Medical Xpress) – Drugs that are already on the market—if they exist—no longer work for them. They want to take part in a clinical trial but can’t, either because they are too sick, too young, too old or too far away. It is this desperate population that lawmakers—both Democrat and Republican in 38 of the 50 US states—have been trying to help by adopting “right to try” laws for experimental treatments that may be given outside of clinical trials.

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