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Prescribing medicines for special populations

Special considerations are necessary when prescribing medicines in special populations, such as children, the elderly, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and patients with renal (kidney) or hepatic (liver) impairment.

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Activist, disrupter, advocate

There were never enough of us activists, but we seemed to be wherever a politician was making a speech or opening a new neighbourhood centre or celebrating an event,...

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Phase II Trials

In Phase II trials, the investigational medicinal product is tested for efficacy (and safety). The studies conducted are typically therapeutic exploratory studies which try to discover whether the medicine...

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Stefano Mazzariol, Italy

I would like to work with stakeholders to bring patients closer to research. I wish that all patients could benefit from the knowledge that I am acquiring in this...

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Trial medicine: from production to participants

During clinical development the manufacturing and distribution facilities available may not be suitable for a trial medicine (investigational medicinal product (IMP)), however, IMPs must be manufactured, stored and distributed...

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