Vice President Mike Pence’s full-throated support, ultimately clear the House of Representatives." data-reactid="16"So what exactly is Right to Try?
Simply put, it’s proposed legislation that would give Americans with terminal illnesses more latitude to take experimental treatments that have yet to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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Patients, under the advice of their doctors, would be able to reach out to a drug manufacturer to request an investigational therapy without having to go through the FDA.
A federal version of a Right to Try bill already passed the Senate and may, with Trump’s and Vice President Mike Pence’s full-throated support, ultimately clear the House of Representatives.“We also believe that patients with terminal conditions should have access to experimental treatments that could potentially save their lives,” said Trump during the State of the Union.
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“People who are terminally ill should not have to go from country to country to seek a cure—I want to give them a chance right here at home.
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Joe Donnelly of Indiana and Republican Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. Frank Pallone, the ranking Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, argues that such a law “could expose seriously ill patients to greater harm instead of the greater access that they are looking for.”Rare Disease United Foundation are strong supporters of Right to Try; on the flip side, the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) “opposes the Right to Try Act very strongly,” the group’s director of federal policy, Paul Melmeyer, told in an interview.