FDA’s Robyn Bent On The Evolution of Patient-Focused Drug Development
The director of the agency’s patient-focused drug development program talks to the Pink Sheet about how the program has improved the development and evaluation of new drugs, initiatives underway, and plans to standardize and harmonize the process.
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