Natalie Harp has been fighting rare bone cancer and has received some very positive results with experimental drugs thanks to President Trump’s ‘Right to Try’ Act.
Harp has been fighting Stage 2 bone cancer most of her life, and with the ‘Right to Try’ Act, she can try experimental drugs not yet approved by the FDA. She can try new drugs, new doctors, and new treatments. Since she was able to seek alternative options, she’s doing very well and credits the president with her improvement:
“I’m walking. I am healthy. I am living the quality of life that I always wanted to have that it took me four years to find because I wasn’t offered it here. It took President Trump going to Washington to be able to get that for me.”
She commented on Joe Biden’s pledge to cure cancer by saying he shouldn’t use cancer as a “political tool.”
Biden made the remark during a speech in Iowa: “I promise you if I’m elected president, you’re going to see the single most important thing that changes America, we’re gonna cure cancer.”
Natalie Harp tweeted:
Biden just promised to cure
#cancer — but ONLY if elected President. As a Millennial fighting cancer, I want to know: Why didn’t @JoeBiden cure cancer while Senator for 36 years or VP for eight? My op-ed: The Party of #Healthcare is @realDonaldTrump‘s —
Biden just promised to cure #cancer — but ONLY if elected President.
As a Millennial fighting cancer, I want to know:
Why didn't @JoeBiden cure cancer while Senator for 36 years or VP for eight?
— Natalie J. Harp, MBA 🇺🇸 (@NatalieJHarp) June 12, 2019
Natalie Harp is right.