President Trump Take Coronavirus Medicines Testing Well Right To Try Waiver
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[President Trump Take Coronavirus Medicines Testing Well Right To Try Waiver]
Mr. President, as president of the United States, your words carry enormous weight in this country and around the world. While you acknowledge you’re not a physician, you do promote these medicines extensively here. How do you not go so far as to be giving medical advice? And you said yesterday you might take some of these medicines even though you don’t have symptoms. Are you still planning to do that, and how do you calibrate being enthusiastic and not playing doctor?
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Because I want people to live, and I’m seeing people dying. And I’ve seen people that are going to die without it. And you know the expression when that’s happening, they should do it. What really do we have to lose? We also have, this medicine has been tested for many years for malaria and for lupus. So it’s been out there. So it’s a very strong, powerful medicine, but it doesn’t kill people. We have some very good results and some very good tests. You’ve seen the same tests that I have.
In France, they had a very good test. They’re continuing. But we don’t have time to go and say, gee, let’s take a couple of years and test it out, and let’s go and test with the test tubes and the laboratories. We don’t have time. I’d love to do that, but we have people dying today. As we speak, there are people dying.
If it works, that’d be great. If it doesn’t work, we know for many years malaria, it’s incredible what it’s done for malaria. It’s incredible what it’s done for lupus, but it doesn’t kill people.
That’s one of the things with the vaccine. When we have a vaccine, we have to do tests because when you inject that vaccine, when they take whatever it is they have to take, we have to make sure it doesn’t have a horrible impact, destroy somebody. It could.
So we have to test it for long period of time. This one, not so much because it’s been out there.
Now, I’m not acting as a doctor. I’m saying do what you want, but there are some good signs.
You’ve read the signs. I’ve read the signs.
With the other one, there are some very good signs also.
Going together works very well. But there may be an indication that if you have a problem with your heart, you shouldn’t take what we call the Z-Pak. You shouldn’t take it, and that’s okay.
But I would love to go to a laboratory and spend a couple of years testing something. We don’t have time. We don’t have two hours because there are people dying right now. If it does help, great. If it doesn’t help, we gave it a shot. We gave it a shot. That’s the way I feel.
We passed something. Yeah, I would – I would be very serious about taking it. We passed something that I’m very proud of. It’s called Right to Try. For 45, 50 years they’ve been trying. It makes so much sense.
We have the greatest doctors and labs and lab technicians, the greatest medicines, the greatest minds in the world. Everybody admits it.
And when we’re close to having something or when we have something that tests incredibly well, you couldn’t use it for years because they would take years and years to test.
So with the help of also Democrats, I got it bipartisan, but they’ve been trying to get this passed for decades. You know that.
It’s called Right to Try.
So a person would be diagnosed terminally ill from something.
And in the old days, meaning before a year ago, they would say, do you think I could try this pill, this whatever, this medicine that’s testing so well? No, you can’t do that. You can’t do that. Under no circumstances.
They’d leave for Asia, they’d leave for Europe, if they had money. If they had no money, they’d go home and die with no hope.
We’ve got a thing called Right to Try.
If somebody’s very ill, terminally ill, they’re going to die. They – it was very complex. It wasn’t as easy as it sounds because there were huge liability problems. The drug companies didn’t want to do it, because they didn’t want it on test results because these are very sick people. So they didn’t want to bring down their test results. The insurance companies had tremendous problems.
I got everybody in the room. I said, “Look, we’ll sign a waiver. The person taking it will say, we’re not going to sue. The family’s not going to sue the drug company, not going to sue the insurance company, not going to sue the state, the city or the federal government.” Okay?
It’s called exculpation, and we got it done.
It’s a very simple agreement. I don’t know why nobody ever thought of it, but they never thought of it. I did, and we got it done.
Now, we have Right to Try, which is actually, in my opinion, much more difficult than what we’re talking about here. But if there’s a medicine or something, a possible cure or something that’s looking good and somebody has something that they’re going to die or they’re very sick, they take it. We’ve had some unbelievable results, unbelievable results, and it also gives the people hope. Yes, please.
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