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Social Welcomes the Lifeline Trump Throws Terminally Ill

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Cute kids can take even the most long-shot crusades straight to the White House, but 8-year-old Jordan McLinn's is one health experts say could save countless lives. McLinn, who suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy, became the national face of the "Right to Try" campaign after his family helped push then-Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana to legalize access for terminally ill patients to drugs not yet fully approved by the Food & Drug Administration. McLinn and others desperate to try potentially life-saving drugs but trapped behind a wall of red tape scored a big win Wednesday as President Donald Trump signed the "Right to Try Act" into law. Doctors across the country are now allowed to administer drugs that have cleared just the first phase of an FDA trial. Not everyone thinks this is the healthiest of developments, of course. In an op-ed for HuffPo, physician and health writer Nicole Van Groningen said that the bill could put patients at risk since FDA trials often fine-tune recommended dosages and uncover additional side effects. Nevertheless, social media users are cautiously optimistic about the law's potential, and "#RighttoTry" has received 56 percent positive opinions online over the past three months. –Hugo Guzman



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