Orphan Drugs: Balancing Financial Incentives & Complex Challenges

Orphan Drugs are notorious for their high costs and risk factors, which is attributed to smaller patient pools and higher development and launch costs. Despite the niche, high risk market, orphan drugs are on the rise because of the financial incentives and benefits companies are receiving for new drug development. Whether your orphan drug is a small or large molecule, there are key strategies that you can adopt to enable a seamlessly transition from early development into commercial manufacturing, while also balancing your investment.

Listen to this on-demand webinar to hear industry experts, Christy Eatmon and Kevin Kane, discuss:

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