Cancer Survivor Says She’s Alive Thanks to ‘Right to Try’ Act: An Expert Tells Us What It Means to Access Experimental Therapies This Way

Published Aug 25, 2020

Cancer Survivor Says She’s Alive Thanks to ‘Right to Try’ Act: An Expert Tells Us What It Means to Access Experimental Therapies This Way

Diagnosed with a rare, stage 2 bone cancer, Natalie Harp says the "Right To Try" Act allowed her access to a lifesaving immunotherapy treatment. We talked to an oncologist about what it means to invoke your right to try.

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