Saturday, August 24, 2019

Saturday, August 24, 2019

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'Right to try' patients should not be charged for treatment, health-care policy adviser speaking as 'health care consumer' says

Terminally and chronically ill patients should not be charged for “right to try” treatments, a health-care policy adviser for an Illinois-based free-market think tank, speaking as “a health-care consumer,” said during a recent interview.

North Carolina 'Right to Try' bill now in the state Senate after unanimously passing the House

Legislation that would allow terminally ill patients to access stem cell treatments not yet signed off by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration now is in the North Carolina state Senate after unanimously passing the House last week.

FDA Reporter