Efficiency Bows To Scrutiny: '90s Drug Development Timelines Have Doubled
The time it takes to get a new drug candidate through clinical trials and onto the market has almost doubled since the late 1990s – but timescales for discovering new drug candidates haven't changed over the past 15 years.
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