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December 22, 2015
Despite orphan-drug R&D and approval being all the rage, issues such as patient access could leave these treatments out in the rain.
The discussions will center on ways clinical research can harness gene therapy and new and emerging diagnostic tools.
Exploring three pivotal technology areas that could reshape global studies over the next 10 years.
While approved in 2014, Europe's new regulation governing clinical studies is set to take effect in May-leaving interested parties only six more months to prepare for its arrival.
The country’s introduction of a new legal framework has it in sync with European law on clinical research.
Examining why newly registered trials have fallen in Central and Eastern Europe, relative to other regions.
Survey sheds light on the regional-specific risks of managing clinical trial sites in Eastern Europe.
Study uncovers subtle distinctions in attitudes and perceptions among the two groups.
December 01, 2015
These three areas will be at center of drug development discussions in the year ahead.
Assessing Study Drop in CEE
Swiss Syncs Up Regulations
Regional Risks in Eastern Europe
Also in this issue:
Orphan Drug Hurdles in Europe
Patient Engagement: Illness-Level Impact
Clinical Trial Technology in 2025
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