Regulators Not Ready To Get Behind Most “Pragmatic Trials” Before Approval
FDA’s Temple and the EMA’s Eichler are skeptical about offering drug sponsors incentives to conduct pragmatic clinical studies prior to marketing approval as a way to help generate comparative effectiveness research more quickly.
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