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FDA to Consider Patient Perspective in Drug Development

November 8, 2012 | Categories: News, Treatment, Research

The FDA is launching a new program in which they will consider and incorporate the patient perspective into drug development.  They will choose 20 diseases for the program and the MRF is lobbying to have melanoma be one of them.  As we all know, the patient perspective is important in any disease, but it is especially true with melanoma. 

Here is my letter to the FDA expressing this great need in the field of melanoma.

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macknigsley - (8/9/2013 - 6:46am)

FDA "Food And Drug Administration" brings several points of view to develop the current format of health care it helps to identify the errors that occurs in drugs and medicines. Previously we have found several kinds of program to identify these kinds of problems here also we have recognized that how FDA launching a new program that helps to consider the patient perspective into drug development. I was just hope patients are getting beneficial response from these programs.

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