Right-to-try bill headed for vote puts bigger burden on FDA to protect patients, Gottlieb says

(By Ike Swetlitz and Erin Mershon for STAT)

WHITE OAK, Md. — The House is set to take up a controversial “right-to-try” bill next week — and if it passes, the Food and Drug Administration will have to work harder to protect patients than it would if a different version of the legislation were advancing, Commissioner Scott Gottlieb told STAT in an interview. Continue reading article here…

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