People with life-threatening or incurable diseases may be willing to try experimental drugs and unproven treatments, but they face the risk of exploitation. Is the law the best avenue to ensure that they are protected while medical innovation is encouraged?

See the discussion in an article published today in The Conversation: Do we need a law to help people try experimental drugs?, written by Associate Professor Tina Cockburn and me.

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