Addressing The Rare Disease Challenge Via Patient Engagement
Following the FDA’s release of draft guidance to enhance patient voice, In Vivo spoke with Ipsen’s rare disease regulation expert on creating a more patient-centric R&D and approval pathway, from modified endpoints to trial decentralization and beyond.
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