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    Default Movement for right to try an investigational drug raises fairness and safety issues

    I'm usually at the MS board but I happened to notice this article in JAMA (August 5, 2015) about the campaign for a patient's right to try an investigational drug that is under way in the ALS community particularly.

    http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article....08%2F05%2F2015
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