Patients Now Have Right To Try, Thanks to Conservatives & Trump

With the signing of Right To Try legislation on May 30, conservative Republicans and the Trump administration have once again shown limiting the reach of the regulatory state and putting the interests of everyday Americans first remain top priorities.
The Right To Try legislation — which will ultimately give the seriously ill or those facing death the right to work directly with their physicians and drug manufacturers for access to drugs and treatments that have made it through the Phase I safety portion of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) trial process — was first promoted in Congress by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) back in 2016. Johnson had sent a series of letters questioning why the FDA has a year-long application process for expanded access to experimental drugs.
It was an important letter-writing campaign because one of the arguments opponents of Right To Try often assert is that they say most requests

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