Earlier Data, More Support: EMA Explains Priority Medicines Plan
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The European Medicines Agency has confirmed that its proposed priority medicines initiative, PRIME, will be aimed at identifying at a much earlier stage new medicines that fulfil the current criteria for accelerated assessment – that is, those that could benefit patients who have no treatment options or that represent a major therapeutic advantage over existing products.
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