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On a doctor’s right to try in the age of COVID-19

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Richard Williams and Nicolaus Tideman discuss how the FDA gets in the way of innovative treatments and how doctors should have discretion, especially during COVID-19. Read more in Tribune News Service.

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Richard Williams and Nicolaus Tideman discuss how the FDA gets in the way of innovative treatments and how doctors should have discretion, especially during COVID-19.

Read more in Tribune News Service.

Richard Williams
Richard Williams is vice president for policy research, director of the Regulatory Studies Program, and a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He is an expert in benefit-cost analysis and risk analysis, particularly associated with food safety and nutrition.

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