The Role of Biologics in Next-Gen Dermatology R&D

09:53 EDT 13 Sep 2017 | Drug Discovery Development

Realizing the promise of biologicsprotein-based drugs created from genetically modified cells—has been a complex path in dermatology. While further research is needed, the safety and efficacy of biologic treatments are still welcomed by patients and physicians. Biologics are helping patients to see maximum skin clearance and realize an enhanced quality of life.
Contributed Author: 
Darcee Strube, Senior Vice President, Dermatology Division, Novella Clinical

Original Article: The Role of Biologics in Next-Gen Dermatology R&D


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