Natalie Harp Very Enthusiastically Praises Pres Trump For His 'Right to Try Act' S.204 That Has Given Her a Better Life
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On May 30, 2018, President Donald Trump signed S.204, the Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn and Matthew Bellina Right to Try Act that opens a new pathway for terminally ill patients who have exhausted their government-approved options and can’t get into a clinical trial to access treatments.
6-14-19, Cancer victim, Natalie Harp on LinkedIn this week wrote:
“When I failed the two available chemotherapies for my rare disease [bone cancer] and was denied from clinical trials, my oncologist said I would have to suffer through the symptoms for several more months on failed chemotherapy while awaiting a new round of FDA-approvals for the clinical trial drugs to which I was denied access. Then President Donald Trump had another option ready: Right to Try.
"While some may argue that this legislation has not benefited the terminally ill or was repetitive to existing law, I beg to differ. My oncologist didn’t tell me I had other options; Donald Trump did. So I found another oncologist who was willing to try a different approach — an FDA-approved immunotherapy drug for an unapproved use. Now my numbers are stabilizing and so is my pain."
On Fox n Friends show today, Natalie reported that she is out of the wheel chair walking and feeling good. She enthusiastically thanked President Trump! More here
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