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5th Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies Summit

24 Jan 2013 - 25 Jan 2013 - VA, USA

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The 5th Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies Summit brings together executives from the industry to prepare for the changing landscape of REMS. As the 5th year anniversary of the FDAA Act of 2007, which mandated the implementation of REMS, arrives and brings forth new challenges, stay ahead of the curve and learn cutting-edge strategies and innovative techniques to ensure that your drugs are staying compliant while ensuring accessibility and success in the market.

By attending this year’s event, you will benefit from one of the only conferences focused specifically on REMS and the strategies on how to design and implement a thorough risk management program that meets FDA regulations. Hear from experienced professionals the best practices to create a successful REMS assessment and streamline your clinical, safety, regulatory, and commercial sectors to ensure financial viability and safety within the marketplace.

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