To make it more concrete,
If some persons want to try a telomerase gene therapy on themselves (as in Bernardes de Jesus B. et al. 2002 http://ift.tt/1ATQDBi, but in a person), is it legal today in the USA? / in a specific state?
What are the conditions?
If legal and if they report health parameters before and after, that are linked with the gene therapy and more global, that could be interested.
De : Paul Wakfer À : SammyJoW ; Gerontology Research Group Envoyé le : Jeudi 22 janvier 2015 2h54Objet : Re: [GRG] Cnio telomere therapy – Right To Try
On 15-01-21 02:33 PM, SammyJoW wrote:
is anyone in GRG who would like to lend a hand
to the Right To Try effort let me know!
I am working with
people across the country to expand the Right To
Try legislation to every state.
This is the hub I
just set up to track what is happening in every
have passed it so far, and 10 more will
introduce it in 2015, according to this NYT
article 11 more will introduce in 2015.
#RightToTry on Twitter http://ift.tt/1yNdvEg
laws give terminal patients the right to try
unapproved drugs, including biologics, like stem
From my understanding of the law (and my personal efforts to obtain
and use several FDA “unapproved” chemicals), it is has never been
illegal for any person to *use* such chemicals, but rather it is
illegal for anyone to *sell* them for human personal use.
So it is not the “Right To Try” that is needed, but rather the right