EMA’s PRIME Is Driving Innovation, But Too Early To Tell If Drugs Will Reach Patients Faster
With just three marketing applications filed, the European Medicines Agency says it is too soon to say whether PRIME, its priority medicines scheme, is meeting its objective. The agency is satisfied, though, that the scheme has started to drive innovation.
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