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How Patients Are Transforming Pharma R&D

Executive Summary

Patient-centric R&D is imperative for pharma in delivering effective medicines and better outcomes. The push to implement it is challenging long-held biopharma business practices, including how clinical trials are designed, recruited and run – and what they measure.

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