Collaboration between the FDA and industry is essential to foster innovation in Alzheimer’s treatments

(By George Vradenburg and Jeffrey Cummings for STAT)

As the Food and Drug Administration moves closer to a decision about whether to approve a promising new Alzheimer’s treatment, the collaboration between scientists, regulators, and business leaders that produced this encouraging drug has come under fire as a “black eye” for the FDA that “dangerously compromised” its objectivity. This unfortunate charge misconstrues the drug development process and the indispensable partnerships that are needed to deliver new treatments.  Continue reading the article here…

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