EU Drug Repurposing Pilot Kicks Off
Industry Welcomes Project, With Caveats
A new European initiative will offer scientific advice, fee waivers and other support to not-for-profit and academic sponsors to help them find new uses for existing medicines and hook up with commercial companies to seek marketing authorization.
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