On a positive note... Today President Trump kept yet another campaign promise. He signed a law that would provide termly ill patients the right to make their own decision to use experimental drugs to seek a cure for their illness.
Our president's good work should be recognized and reported. I am by profession a registered nurse, and I worked for many years in the field, I for one am so pleased to see this new law. It gives hope to those that seek it. The Right To Try bill will give one control of their individual health care in regard to using drugs that have not been approved but show good promise of a cure.
Trump will come to be known for incredible leaps and shining examples of political progress , thus hopefully showing other large groups of politicians that doing something is far better than their perpetually amounting to nothing .
Bank on it !
I have a handicapped son -this is one of the Presidents finest moments and I hope people realize it -the man cares about the little guy and he shows it time and time again
RJ, I too believe pesident Trump is working hard for all the people. It's clear he looking at problems that have been around a long time, and keeps busy trying to solve them. Being a nurse I know how important this new law will be for many. Thank you for commenting, not many do when it involves our president doing something positive. However, I post the positive in hopes that after a while some might realize this president is making the country a better plays for all of us.
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