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New FDA Draft Guidance Provides Insights on Use of PROs in Oncology Trials

Incorporating patient-reported outcomes (PROs) into clinical trials can help sponsors better understand patients’ symptoms and how a therapy will affect their quality of life, and these insights can be particularly valuable in oncology research. However, there has been a lack of guidance to help sponsors ensure consistency and quality when incorporating PROs into cancer drug...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

5 Key Takeaways: Drug and Device Development Secrets in the World of Medical Aesthetics

New treatment options for medical aesthetic indications are in record-high demand, fueled by growing awareness of the effects of physiological and environmental aging and the influence of lifestyle on skin health. By 2025, the global aesthetic medicine market is projected to be $22.8 billion, nearly one-third of which is expected to be dermal fillers. Premier...

Product Development

Market Application and Lifecycle Management: The Road to Commercial Success

Preparing your market application and planning the lifecycle management of your development program are critical to moving your product through early-phase trials and achieving commercial success. Approval in the United States and European Union paves the way for a drug’s acceptance in many, but not all, other parts of the world — so which additional countries...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Considerations to Improve Patient Outcomes in Early Drug Development

Every drug development program must begin with an understanding of how the relevant key stakeholders factor into the development process. It’s not just a matter of courtesy; a comprehensive examination of the roles played by all participants has the potential to produce faster and more concrete results, leading to improved patient outcomes. Topics in this...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Pathways to Expedited Drug Development in the U.S. and Europe

Preparing for expedited drug development requires a thorough understanding of the steps that comprise a successful first-in-human study. It’s essential to start with the end firmly in mind, identifying the target population and defining elements of the program long before you dose the first patient. This webinar will show you where to start and how to envision...