Research Efficiency In Hard Times: It's Time To Adapt

19:02 EDT 1 Oct 2019 | LifeScienceLeader

Nobody likes hard times, but they do have one redeeming quality: They focus attention on areas neglected in good times. The need for greater efficiency is a prime example, especially for small drug development companies. Even in the best of times, they must cope with the formidable combination of high costs, long timelines, and low success rates. And when hard times come, they feel it first and most acutely. These companies should be the first to ask: Is there a better way? By Michael Rosenberg, M.D., MPH, Life Science Leader magazine

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