|Cato Policy Analysis No. 72||May 20, 1986|
by Dale H. Gieringer
Dale H. Gieringer is a writer and policy analyst affiliated with the Decisions and Ethics Center of Stanford University.
"The basic problem is, I don't have as much control over what I can do to get well as I want."
"I think the FDA should recognize its responsibility for the denial of lifesaving technology."
--Robert Jarvik, developer of the artificial heart
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