Early ‘Scattershot’ Approach To COVID-19 Therapeutic Research Generated Little Actionable Data
US FDA and NIH leaders cite lack of early clinical trial coordination as a weakness in the pandemic response that led to use of compounds that were potentially harmful and, even today, still not proven to be effective.
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High-profile programs, such as convalescent plasma, also created public confusion about role of preapproval access and highlighted the importance of prospectively planning for reliable data collection, experts said at the DIA global annual meeting.