KoNECT Talkshow: What Defines Success In New Drug Development?
Patient, Social Value Key Considerations
At a recent conference in Seoul, senior executives shared views on a broad array of topics around developing globally successful new drugs in an extremely competitive environment, including what could be considered as success. Awareness of patient needs and social value emerged as some key threads.
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