Connie Loughman, an Indianapolis wife and mother of three, needs help, but can’t get it. Today her daughters appeared on Fox News begging the public for help. The family has begged GenVec, Inc. to allow the family to purchase their experimental pancreatic cancer treatment drug call TNFerage, while releasing the company from liability. The family is asking the public to email the people from GenVec to convince them to allow the family to have access the TNFerage. So far GenVec has said they have committed all of the drug currently manufactured to people enrolled in drug trials, and the drug trials are now closed to additional applicants.
Pancreatic cancer is a death sentence. The laws are way overdue to be changed to allow people with terminal illnesses to be allowed to try any and all treatments that might save their life, and further, should have access to any and all drugs that might give them confort, including marijuana.
Visit the family’s web site to help.