Patients’ Preferred Endpoints May Not Satisfy Regulatory Needs, US FDA Says
Just because a measure is relevant to the patient community does not mean it is capable of capturing meaningful change in a clinical trial, US FDA officials say at a meeting on mitochondrial disease drug development.
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