Clinical Research on Orphan Drugs

A clinical trial is a medical study conducted to test the effects of a new or already existing drug, of a biological treatment or of a medical device that might treat or curb a disease already identified. The main goal of a clinical trial is to compare two or several groups of subjects, by using two or several treatments in order to determine the efficacy of a drug or of a biological treatment.Clinical trials are carefully and ethically conducted in order to protect patients against unwanted adverse reactions and to allow collection and accurate analysis of the information concerning the disease.

  • Orphan Drug Act
  • Clinical Development Challenges
  • Current Legislation/Regulations

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October 30-November 1, 2017

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4th World Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

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11th World Congress on Infectious Diseases and Therapy

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10thEuro-Global Conference on Infectious Diseases

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