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Critical Partners on FDA's Critical Path

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The new C-Path Institute in Tucson, Arizona sits at the heart of FDA's intentions to moderize the drug development process. It has three foundling partners: the Institute (which came out of the existing CERT at the University of Arizona), FDA and SRI. These are the key people in the partnership.

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