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Broadcast time: 1 hour 44 minutes
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Personalized medicines and companion diagnostics are making it possible to better target drugs so the right drug goes to the right person at the right time. In addition, clinical trials can be made smaller and less costly by restricting them to patients most likely to benefit from the drug. Previously, drugs were developed and tested in a whole population. Now drugs are being developed for specific people so that we don’t give the drug to somebody who’s going to have an adverse event. But how is this new world of personalized medicine regulated?
This webinar will focus on how new product development will look in the future, how it will be regulated, and how it will change the way we practice medicine.
Who should attend?
- Drug Development and R&D Professionals
- Pharmaceutical and Medical Device and Diagnostics Professionals
- Regulatory, Clinical and Other Professionals Responsible for Developing Drug/Device Combinations and Companion Diagnostics
- Regulatory Affairs Professionals
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to:
- Identify how personalized medicine and companion diagnostic technologies are used today
- Discuss current regulatory requirements and how to implement them
Ways to register
- Individual registration is a license for ONE internet login allowing one viewer.
- Group site registration is a license for ONE internet login allowing multiple viewers from one location.
- Group Plus is a license for up to FIVE internet logins allowing one or more viewers at each login location.
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