Standardizing the Benefit-Risk Assessment of New Medicines

@article{Liberti2012StandardizingTB,
  title={Standardizing the Benefit-Risk Assessment of New Medicines},
  author={L. Liberti and J. McAuslane and S. Walker},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={25},
  pages={139-146}
}
  • L. Liberti, J. McAuslane, S. Walker
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine, Business
  • Pharmaceutical Medicine
  • Pharmaceutical scientists and healthcare professionals participating in the development of new medicines bring important practical perspectives to the evaluation of benefits and risks. Within pharmaceutical companies, these specialists can serve to inform the benefit-risk (BR) assessment process, particularly in the latter stages of drug development. However, pharmaceutical scientists may not be aware of the current state of activity in the ongoing efforts to standardize the BR assessment… CONTINUE READING
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