The Frontiers of Rare Disease Development: Advances in Regulatory Science with Dr. Tim Franson (Ep. 18 of The Pharmcast)

May 10, 2017 Jim Combs

This week on The Pharmcast, we catch up with Dr. Tim Franson to discuss the leading edge of rare disease drug development. Dr. Franson has been actively helping Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy, a Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Patient Advocacy group, which is doing pioneering work collaborating with FDA to inform benefit-risk and establish FDA guidance.

Duchenne has been a great test case, so we sat down with Tim to share his lessons learned and understand what’s happening on the frontiers of rare disease drug development.

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