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El profesor e investigador mundial líder en cáncer, Paul Workman, se une a The Innovation Debate 2012
Date:11/20/2012

n logro destacado para la industria farmacéutica en el avance desde un modelo superventas del tipo talla única hacia el nuevo tipo del futuro, que será el de medicamentos personalizados destinados a múltiples grupos pequeños de pacientes basándose en los genes del cáncer.

"En The Innovation Debate, hablaré sobre los retos importantes necesarios para hacer frente a estos retos y conseguir el potencial total de la investigación sobre el cáncer para nuestros pacientes.  

"Se necesita una inversión mayor en el descubrimiento de fármacos y desarrollo desempeñado por los grupos sin ánimo de lucro, por lo que los proyectos de fármacos en fase primaria que sean de un riesgo avanzado para la industria se puedan avanzar de forma rápida para probar su potencial en el laboratorio y en los pacientes.  

"Es necesario que se lleve a cabo una remodelación total del pensamiento dentro de la regulación y precios para que los fármacos personalizados que alargan la vida - y sobre todo las combinaciones de fármacos que son esenciales para prevenir la resistencia a los fármacos - puedan estar disponibles de forma más amplia para los pacientes con cáncer. Necesitamos también un acceso mucho mayor y primario para los pacientes con cáncer de cara a los fármacos experimentales y a los aprobados.  

"Creo que muchos de los problemas en el ecosistema se pueden arreglar con un trabajo mucho más cercano junto a la academia, industria, gobierno y reguladores. Todo el mundo podrá beneficiarse si conseguimos esto".

El profesor Workman - líder mundial en el descubrimiento y desarrollo de los fármacos destinados para el cáncer y abogado apasionado de la terapia personalizada contra el cáncer - se unirá a los otros panelistas, que incluyen: el profesor Andre Geim - que en el año 2010 fu
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