An example of sweet intentions bearing stale outcomes.
The only reliable remedy to mitigate shortages of any product is to allow competition in the market.
Right-to-try, MDMA, and Epidolex provide examples of the power of public opinion to change the scope of government.
Increased competition is the remedy to skyrocketing drug prices.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued a mandatory recall for Triangle Pharmanaturals, a Las Vegas-based herbal supplements company.
The FDA released an order indicating its intent to restrict the sale of the contraceptive device Essure, the only FDA-approved nonsurgical permanent birth control method.
This past October, the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning letter to Opternative, a company specializing in providing online eye-exams.
How likely are smokers to quit or cut back once nicotine levels decrease?
Upon deeper inspection, it seems the conventional arguments against right-to-try come up short.
Right-to-try laws only apply to terminally ill patients who have exhausted all other options.