Lord Maurice Saatchi poses for photos at his office in central London, Monday, Feb. 4, 2013. Saatchi's wife, best-selling Irish novelist Josephine Hart, died from ovarian cancer in 2011, and he describes his wife’s cancer treatment as “medieval”, and is proposing a parliamentary bill to legalize the ability of doctors to use experimental therapies even if there is no proof they work. Saatchi acknowledges his bill, aimed at encouraging new therapies and speeding up access to new drugs, is driven by grief for his wife, and that the bill may not make it into law, but he has wide support from numerous members of parliament and he remains hopeful about giving new opportunities to doctors and their patients.(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

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Lord Maurice Saatchi poses for photos at his office in central London, Monday, Feb. 4, 2013. Saatchi's wife, best-selling Irish novelist Josephine Hart, died from ovarian cancer in 2011, and he describes his wife’s cancer treatment as “medieval”, and is proposing a parliamentary bill to legalize the ability of doctors to use experimental therapies even if there is no proof they work.  Saatchi acknowledges his bill, aimed at encouraging new therapies and speeding up access to new drugs, is driven by grief for his wife, and that the bill may not make it into law, but he has wide support from numerous members of parliament and he remains hopeful about giving new opportunities to doctors and their patients.(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Lord Maurice Saatchi poses for photos at his office in central London, Monday, Feb. 4, 2013. Saatchi's wife, best-selling Irish novelist Josephine Hart, died from ovarian cancer in 2011, and he describes his wife’s cancer treatment as “medieval”, and is proposing a parliamentary bill to legalize the ability of doctors to use experimental therapies even if there is no proof they work. Saatchi acknowledges his bill, aimed at encouraging new therapies and speeding up access to new drugs, is driven by grief for his wife, and that the bill may not make it into law, but he has wide support from numerous members of parliament and he remains hopeful about giving new opportunities to doctors and their patients.(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
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