Right to Try

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8 Things to Know About the "Right to Try" Law

The Right to Try Bill or Act became law on May 30, 2018. It provides a way for people with life-threatening conditions to access investigational treatments. This includes drugs and biologics in clinical trials before they have received FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval. The law gives terminally ill people the chance to try treatments that could save their lives. As with anything, there are benefits and drawbacks. It’s important to discuss Right to Try pros and cons with your doctor before making treatment decisions. Here are key points to know about the Right to Try law.

1. You have to be eligible.

In order to use the Right to Try law, you have to…

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