Patients Want Industry To Minimize Burdens, Augment Comforts Of Device Trial Participation
Patients and patient advocacy groups at the US FDA's inaugural Patient Engagement Advisory Committee meeting said they need sponsors to minimize the burdens and augment the comforts of trial participation, and get reports on outcomes along the way. Meanwhile, industry groups worried about revealing too much confidential business information, and biasing trial outcomes.
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