Reliance On ‘Digitized Paper’ Is Slowing Drug Development – US FDA’s Woodcock
Efficient development and review is being hindered by the inability to exchange data freely and truly capitalize on the digital age, CDER director says, challenging industry, regulators and others to creatively think about how to move away from legacy, paper-based processes in clinical trials and regulatory submissions.
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