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Montana’s Right To Try Act Conflicts With Alternative COVID Treatment Requests

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The Right to Try Act which was signed into law in Montana in 2015 opens the door for some terminally ill patients to access investigational drugs. While the law has been invoked by some in Montana requesting unapproved treatments for COVID-19 such as ivermectin, it does not require a doctor to prescribe medication or any type of treatment. A patient must have considered all other approved treatment options and received a recommendation from the health care provider treating them for use of the experimental drug.

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