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Better, Faster, Smaller: Personalized Medicine Could Bring R&D Savings

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PHILADELPHIA - One near-term benefit of adopting a personalized medicine approach to drug development would be a lower cost for clinical trials by conducting smaller, faster studies that will produce better results and help companies make go/ no go decisions sooner, according to speakers at the Wharton Health Care Business Conference
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