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A New Phase for Phase IV: Post-marketing Studies Won't Be the Same After Drug Safety Bill

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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The world of post-approval research is going to get more public, more crowded, and more dangerous to pharma. Post-marketing surveillance, transparent clinical trial results and mandated post-approval studies mean the traditional world of marketing-oriented Phase IV is about to change dramatically.

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