investigational drug


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investigational drug

Abbreviation: IND
A drug available only for experimental purposes because its safety and effectiveness have not been proven.
Synonym: investigational new drug
See also: drug
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Our customers tell us that the Velos Investigational Drug System meets and enhances all aspects of drug accountability management.
We believe the time is right to provide a combined solution with technologies that have been specially designed for the IDS to support investigational drug handling, control, and storage, as well as record keeping and drug accountability while increasing IDS efficiency.
Historically, patients accessed promising investigational drugs once the agents had moved along in the development process, typically around the time of phase III trials.
88) The only noteworthy revisions are the division of expanded access protocols into individual, small group and large group protocols, and the linking of the level of evidence required to support the use of an investigational drug with the number of patients likely to be treated.
Say an investigational drug dramatically reduced viral load but had to be taken 5 times a day on an empty stomach, caused severe nausea, and put the patient at increased risk for liver cancer?
These could include, for example, being deprived of sleep, receiving injections, having a spinal tap, receiving a small dose of a radioactive substance needed for a brain scan, or treatment with an investigational drug.
In addition to products for rare diseases, some of the investigational drugs in this report have shown first-in-class potential in targeting major disease areas affecting many millions of people.
World Courier operates the world's largest integrated company-owned network of GMP-compliant investigational drug storage facilities in developing and strategic locations, with depots in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, India, Mexico, PerA, Russia and South Africa.
factors to consider in deciding whether to seek access to an investigational drug
9 /PRNewswire/ -- A leading clinical research center in Peoria has joined an international research program to study an investigational drug designed as a possible treatment for painful menstrual cramps, or dysmenorrhea, a condition that affects between 45 and 90 percent of women of childbearing age in the United States.
is an investigational drug that previously had been granted Orphan Drug status by the U.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- A leading clinical research center in Austin has joined an international research program to study an investigational drug designed as a possible treatment for painful menstrual cramps, or dysmenorrhea, a condition that affects between 45 and 90 percent of women of childbearing age in the United States.

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