Improving Clinical Outcomes For Faster Approvals

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The immune checkpoint inhibitor market has been labeled a sector which could stand alone as a multi-billion dollar industry in the next 10 years. Unsurprisingly, the therapeutic has attracted the attention of many in pharma, fuelling what has emerged as an R&D race, with many players teaming up in the bid to produce a blockbuster treatment.

It is estimated that it can take over 15 years to develop, test and license a new drug with sometimes billions spent on funding this process. Badly budgeted or scheduled clinical trials can have the potential to severely hinder the progress made, and even cause the treatment to fall at the last hurdle.

A firm’s awareness on how to counter discovery challenges and improve clinical outcomes is vital to them being able to beat others to market with their immune checkpoint modulation offering.

With this in mind, Pharma IQ dissects these challenges and identifies the latest developments and tactics in regards to improving clinical outcomes for faster approvals with immune checkpoint inhibitors.