Regulation of the Discovery, Development and Supply of New Drugs: Lessons for Medicine

  • William M. Wardell


In view of the diverse interests represented in the subject of this meeting, the opening speaker should, I suppose, deal with aspects of regulation that affect all branches of medicine in its broadest sense. So, I shall use my own special field of interest (the process of drug development and its regulation) as a model for considering regulatory influences on medicine as a whole. There are some special features of the drug development process that will help to illuminate regulatory influences on all fields of medicine.


Preclinical Research Good Laboratory Practice Drug Development Process Professional Review Regulatory Relief 
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© The Royal Society of Medicine 1983

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  • William M. Wardell

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