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Revised EMA Guideline On First-In-Human Trials Addresses Dosing And Complex Protocols

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The European Medicines Agency has updated its 2007 guideline on the strategies drug sponsors should apply to identify and mitigate risks in first-in-human trials to provide additional advice on dosing issues and the use of integrated protocols, among other things. The revised guideline will apply from February 2018.

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