Adaptive Pathways: A Solution For Worried Payers in Europe
Payers often worry about where they would stand if a drug that was approved in the context of adaptive pathways should subsequently underperform. But they should not be concerned, according to the latest discussions on this relatively new concept for getting drugs to market faster.
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