Twenty-First Century Pharmaceutical Development
Taylor & Francis, Oct 31, 2000 - Medical - 408 pages
Organized according to the functional disciplines involved in the development of drugs, Twenty-First Century Pharmaceutical Development provides an overview of the key aspects of the current drug development process and possibilities for the future. The book covers financial strategies for small drug developers, managing basic research, protecting intellectual property, marketing, regulatory issues, preclinical toxicology studies, drug product formulation development, manufacturing, developing a clinical strategy, the role of statistics, project management, outsourcing, diagnostics, medical devices, and more.
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