Balancing regulatory approval with biotech innovation

Regulation in biotech can be both a barrier and a solution for innovating the drug discovery process as the pharma industry shifts from blockbuster products toward new individualized forms of medicine

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Pharma IQ
09/15/2020

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Despite the growth of the world’s population and the increasing demand for more effective medical treatments, regulatory bodies in pharma have traditionally been slow to innovate because of methodically stress testing products to ensure innovation paths are safe and fit for purpose.

In an effort to encourage innovation and get new products out to market faster in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, regulatory design is adapting to become more proactive, dynamic and responsive to innovation and digital transformation.

Download Pharma IQ’s report to uncover how pharma and biotech companies are balancing innovation with regulation and learn how to:

  • Yield better return on investment in regulated biotech research and development.
  • Balance risk and innovation in regulation using new digital-therapy products.
  • Overcome challenges in regional regulation to facilitate collaboration and innovation.
  • Use regulation as a source of competitive advantage and a way to build patient trust.

Download your copy today to understand how to accelerate product innovation in biotech and pharma.    

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