The U.S. Needs a Medical Second Amendment
In the United States, we recognize a person's right to self-defense -- the ability to defend your life when threatened with death or severe injury. We do not, however, recognize a person's right to defend their life by pursuing therapies of their choice when faced with a death-dealing disease for which there are no FDA-approved treatment options.
There might be a lifesaving therapy out there, but unless it has been approved or you are lucky enough to be enrolled in a clinical trial and not get the placebo, you are left essentially defenseless. There are few or no exceptions to this state of affairs.
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