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Cardiodiabesity and Related Updates

By J. Rick Turner, PhD 在以下位置找到: Article, Clinical Research, Safety & Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Pharmacology

The word diabesity has now been in the mainstream medical lexicon for a decade or so. It refers to the frequent coexistence of...

3 global trends driving transformations in healthcare product development

By Sudip S. Parikh, PhD, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, DIA Americas 在以下位置找到: Article

The healthcare product development ecosystem is undergoing massive changes. Significant transformations are underway in how drugs and medical devices are researched, developed, manufactured, and approved.