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First ‘Digital Medicine’ Approved, Slow Rollout Planned

Executive Summary

FDA has approved Abilify MyCite, a treatment for some psychiatric conditions that integrates a drug with a sensor that records when the medication is taken. The goal is to track medication compliance. It is an important regulatory milestone for the nascent field of digital medicine, but many questions about the market remain.

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