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Developing better drugs

Developing better drugs

Although disappointing, all previously failed drug trials help build our understanding and improve the trials of tomorrow. Here, Craig describes some of the important steps we need to consider to ensure we conduct the right trials, with the right drugs, in the right people, at the right time.

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