Right-to-Try Laws: The Benefits and Burdens of Balancing Protection with Access in Human Subject Research
|Date:||Friday, November 1, 2019|
|Time:||8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
The Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy symposium presents, "Right-to-Try Laws: The Benefits and Burdens of Balancing Protection with Access in Human Subject Research."
This symposium will bring together leading bioethics scholars to examine the protective nature of the FDA's regulation along with the historical roots of the right-to-try legislation. This symposium will focus on the benefits provided to its advocates along with the burdens it has placed on manufacturers, consumers, physicians, and society with respect to access, costs, safety, and health care disparities.
|Location:||Library Rotunda, Worrell|