expanded access


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expanded access

Any of several methods used by the FDA to make experimental treatments available to patients who have failed conventional treatments and are not participating in formal clinical trials.
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The applicant should demonstrate that the program has expanded access to health care for the underserved in a novel and innovative way that is measurable and quantifiable.
For these individuals, expanded access can provide an opportunity to receive investigational medication outside of a clinical trial.
The study addresses the reasons the state expanded access to postsecondary education and examines the means by which it provides access.
Pharmacies ultimately became key providers of emergency contraception services through clients of Take Charge (a program developed under a Medicaid waiver that expanded access to family planning services).
For more information on the expanded access program, called Earmrk, visit http://www.
PK) have said that club members of the three airlines will receive expanded access to airport lounges worldwide from 1 December 2005.
With expanded access to enterprise systems and information, BlackBerry effectively becomes a more powerful platform that corporations can use to extend existing enterprise applications regardless of location or network connectivity," said Rod Adkins, general manager of IBM's pervasive computing division.
While it is unclear how the courts will rule in each of these cases, health advocates hope the courts will rule in favor of reduced costs and expanded access to needed pharmaceuticals.
First, not every drug company is interested in, or can afford, engaging in the give-away of expanded access programs.
reported last year that six of the roughly 9,000 patients participating in DDI clinical trials or expanded access programs had died of pancreatitis (SN: 3/17/90,p.
The FDA also encouraged GE to establish an expanded access program for the agent.
22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In 2007, terminally ill patients are expected to gain expanded access to unapproved medications.
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