Arizona wants to hand drug companies a powerful tool the federal government now forbids: the authority to promote drugs for uses beyond what they are approved. The Arizona Legislature unanimously passed and Gov. Doug Ducey signed on March 21 House Continue reading Arizona to Let Drug Companies Promote Drugs for Uses Beyond Approval
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is re-examining licensing regulations after a state board cracked down on a cosmetology student for giving free haircuts to homeless people. Ducey signed an executive order on Wednesday requiring the state’s 27 occupational licensing boards to justify Continue reading Arizona Governor Asks Licensing Boards to Justify their Regulatory Standards
Eleven years ago, at age 72, he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a type of bone cancer. His doctors told him to get his affairs in order. He’d be gone within a year. But when Godshall learned some myeloma patients Continue reading ‘Right to try’ becoming the law of the land, state by state
Ketamine’s potential as an antidepressant was recognized more than a decade ago. And studies done since then provide “compelling evidence that the antidepressant effects of ketamine infusion are both rapid and robust, albeit transient,” according to a consensus statement from Continue reading Right to Try Ketamine for Severe Depression
Many libertarians cheered the selection of Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, seeing in the federal judge a kindred spirit. But their enthusiasm may be misplaced. Gorsuch, a provocative writer who has published on a range Continue reading How Libertarian is Neil Gorsuch?
Right To Try laws have been already adopted in 33 other states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Continue reading Kentucky Passes Right To Try Act for Terminally Ill