US ‘Right to Try’ Law Meets With Mix of Praise and Criticism, Including Among Those With Rare Diseases

Rare Diseases

Like McLinn, the passage of a national Right-to-Try (RTT) law — following the approval of similar laws by 40 states and the staunch backing of the conservative Goldwater Institute and Trump himself — has pleased a number of rare disease patients and their families who say a life-threatening or terminal illness has left them no other option.

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