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  • Although "right to try" laws have been passed in 38 states, as far as I know, none of them require physicians to prescribe experimental therapies, nor manufacturers to provide them to physicians, nor third-party payors to pay for them.  Due to liability concerns, few physicians are expected to prescribe drugs under these laws and, for similar reasons, ...

  • ​​It's time I exited this forum, but before I go, I wanted to post some statistics I pulled together on Ontario RA professionals, which could be useful to any Ontario RAs who want to pursue some type of grassroots networking or training events in the future, per Sumaira's original post: RAPS DIRECTORY RAPS Members in Ontario                367 ...

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    RE: GUDID edit rules

    The edit rules are different for each data element.  Some can be changed (like prescription use), some cannot, and some can have data added (like a supplement number) but no data deleted or edited, and some say you cannot change but a change does not trigger a new DI.  This last makes no sense but that is what it says in the edit rules table. The edit ...

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