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Kansas Leaders Push Bill Giving Terminally-Ill Patients Access to Experimental Drugs

The KHI News Service is an independent news agency, largely focused on health policy issues and state government news, based in Topeka.

Lawmakers at both the state and federal levels are pushing measures to give terminally ill Kansans quicker access to potentially life-saving drugs. Heartland Health Monitor's Andy Marso recently traveled to Emporia to talk to one of the Kansans seeking access to an experimental drug and the state lawmaker who's trying to help her.

Reporter Andy Marso works for the KHI News Service in Topeka.  
Heartland Health Monitor is a reporting collaboration focused on health issues and their impact in Kansas and Missouri. The partners, which include Kansas Public Radio, KCUR, KCPT Public Television and the KHI News Service, strive to bring listeners timely, accurate and comprehensive coverage of a topic that leaves no one untouched.

Kansas Leaders: Give Terminally-Ill Patients Access to Experimental Drugs


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