What is right to try? Namely, you going to give patients experimental treatment, so they can try to treat their diseases without the FDA blocking them.
Supporters of the measure, such as groups backed by conservative mega-donors Charles and David Koch, had been urging the House to pass the Senate version, fearing changes could make it harder for the bill to get to Trump's desk.
The new version will indeed have to be sent back to the Senate, and in announcing the Tuesday vote, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) noted in a statement Sunday that "following its passage, I look forward to swift Senate action so more Americans facing dire circumstances can find some light in their darkest moments."
Sounds nice right? Since when has Koch ever supported something good for poor folks?
Oh wait... Never .
https://respectfulinsolence.com/2018/03 ... e-tuesday/
1. Companies aren't selling you anything safe as phase 1 doesn't test that .
2. You are PAYING. A lot of money most likely. The companies and providers are not liable for any harm done to you. If you're hurt, guess what? It's likely insurance won't cover your injuries... Sure they might be nice kind hearted.. sorry, finance doesn't make money from the milk of human kindness.
3. The data isn't recorded .So... You aren't going to help actual clinical trials .
4. The FDA already allows compassionate use and etc. It's how Burnisky is doing his stupid antineoplastrons urine, I meant sorry, it's now synthesized and we aren't using your and horse urine anymore.
Have fun getting fucked. Oh. Hopefully, the FDA will remain effective because if not... We have to look towards the EU for our drug safety regs and information instead...