'Right-To-Try' Has US FDA Support: Scaled-Back House Bill Retains Agency Oversight
Commissioner Gottlieb’s recent remarks on pending federal 'Right-to-Try' legislation were his most positive to date; he pushed back on earlier versions that would have removed FDA from process.
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Expanded Access Programs Eyed For Data-Gathering Purposes
Protocol-driven approach could generate reliable data about investigational drug's efficacy and safety in patients who do not qualify for clinical trials, PhRMA's Moscicki says; Johns Hopkins' Sharfstein cautions this could turn expanded access programs into burdensome studies that take away from primary purpose of providing access to investigational therapies.
Right-To-Try Opponents Brace For Last Chance To Stop Bill
US House passage sends legislation back to Senate, where it may not garner widespread support.