Episode Jun 21

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Saturday, June 21, 2014

On Saturday’s program, Islamic extremists capture an Iraqi town on the border with Syria. Later, should desperately ill patients be allowed to take medications not approved by the FDA? And, learn about the viola that could fetch more than $45…

Health Jun 21

Congress passed a law that allows pharmacists to tell patients if they could save money by paying for prescriptions out of pocket instead of through their insurance copay.
Proposed laws on experimental drugs stir debate

This May, Colorado's governor signed the nation's first "right to try" bill, which allows terminally ill patients to try unapproved — and potentially dangerous — drugs outside of clinical trials and without approval from federal regulators.

Health Jun 21

Missouri measure would enact drug program for dying patients

If you were dying and had exhausted all conventional treatment options, wouldn’t you want immediate access to a drug that might prove to be a miracle cure? That’s the promise of proposed legislation that could make Missouri the third state…

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