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Since early 2014, more than 20 states have introduced so-called "Right to Try" bills in the hopes of allowing terminally ill patients to access experimental—and potentially life-saving—treatments more easily. These bills are modeled off a federal policy known as " Compassionate Use," but contain several key changes meant to make it faster and easier for patients to obtain experimental therapies.
This Right to Try Legislation Tracker is meant to be a resource for regulatory professionals and patients to keep track of legislation as it moves through various state legislative bodies.
Last updated 25 June 2015: Legislation awaiting Governor's signature in North Carolina. Fixed error indicating Maine had passed a RTT law (it has not).
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- See more at: http://www.raps.org/Regulatory-Focus/News/Right-to-Try/#sthash.pMsBWF5S.dpuf
Tags: Right to Try, Right-to-Try, Compassionate Use, Expanded Access