A Better Way to Look at Risk/Reward During Early Drug Development?

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Jeff Kiplinger

October 16, 2015

How do you add value to a compound while maintaining cost effectiveness?  The answer might depend on whether you’re part of the cautious development team, or hard-driving discovery team.  

In Pharmaceutical Online’s article, “Relative Cost Models: A Better Way To Look At Risk/Reward During Early Drug Development?“, guest columnist Jeff Kiplinger considers the role chromatography plays in managing risk as chemists narrow down the number of compounds of interest.  

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