The fight’s not over on Right to Try!

The Senate is back from recess and they’re getting down to business. We need to make sure their business is protecting our health.

Use our one-click system to tell your Senators to vote NO on Right to Try.

Proponents of Right to Try claim that the federal legislation would give dying patients more access to experimental treatments. But we see through their clever marketing campaign. Right to Try is nothing more than false hope. It’s a thinly veiled attempt to weaken and deregulate key agencies that protect our health, including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Patients seeking access to experimental drugs and treatments are already able to do so through the FDA’s compassionate use program, which approves over 99 percent of requests with an average wait time of four days. The FDA is not the barrier to access that proponents of Right to Try paint it to be. Maintaining a strong FDA is critical to protecting the safety and efficacy of drugs for us all.

Last month, the House wasn’t able to pass their version of Right to Try using a procedural shortcut that required two thirds majority because you flooded your Representatives inboxes with stories about why they should vote against the bill. Now we need your help to block the bill in the Senate. Tell your Senators right now to vote NO on Right to Try when the bill comes up for a vote.


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Hello, my name is [your name] and I'm calling to urge [Representative's name] to vote "NO" on Right to Try legislation. 

As someone [explain how you’ve been affected by access to experimental drugs or why you care drug and patient safety], I do not support any version of Right to Try. This misleading legislation offers nothing other than false hopes to patients and their families and would harm patient and drug safety by removing FDA oversight and any medical, legal, or financial protections for patients.

I urge [Representative's name] to oppose Right to Try. Thank you.