VIDEO: Millennial fighting rare bone cancer responds to Biden vow: Law supported by Trump helped save my life

JUNE 16, 2019

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A millennial who’s fighting a rare form of cancer hit back Friday at Joe Biden’s claim that his presidency would “cure cancer,” and credited legislation passed during President Trump’s administration with saving her life.

Natalie Harp, who has battled stage 2 bone cancer for most of her life, said during an appearance on “Fox & Friends” that President Trump’s “Right to Try” act allowed her to make a comeback after a nurse’s medical mistake in 2015 left her wheelchair-bound and in excruciating pain.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I’m not dying from cancer any more thanks to President Trump, I’m living with cancer,” she said.

President Trump phoned in to “Fox & Friends” on Friday to celebrate his 73rd birthday and called Harp a “young, beautiful woman” who had benefited from the “Right to Try Act.”

The measure allows terminally ill patients to access drug treatments that have not yet been fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration.


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