Right to Try Laws
The Federal Government enacted The Right to Try Law on May 30, 2018.
The Law permits/allows eligible patients to have access to qualify investigative drugs and therapies.
- Been diagnosed with a life-threatening disease or condition.
- Exhausted approved treatment options and are unable to participate in a clinical trial involving eligible investigative drugs or therapies – must be certified by a physician.
- Provide a written consent.
Qualified Drugs and Therapies:
- A Phase 1 clinical trial has been completed.
- Has not been approved or licensed by the FDA for any use.
- An application has been filed with the FDA or is under investigation in a clinical trial that is intended to form the primary basis of a claim of effectiveness in support of the FDA.