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Getting Personal: FDA's Plan to Save the Drug Industry

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

There's no question the pharmaceutical industry is desperate for a more efficient R&D machine, and FDA thinks it has one answer: personalized medicine. But for Big Pharma, the idea runs counter to the commercial reality: no one has yet demonstrated a viable model for making personalized medicine pay off. Knowing where and how to invest in personalized medicine--and taking advantage of FDA's interest the area--will increase the chances of commercial success.

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