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Date:3/3/2011

elements in cardiology and asthma, and some are beginning in multiple myeloma and Alzheimer's disease, though the approach has yet to catch on broadly across all areas of research.

Researchers acknowledge that there are limitations to collaborative studies. New regulations from the Food and Drug Administration may be needed to guide trials of competing products, since companies are often in a race to make their product available first. Antitrust and patent issues associated with such collaborative trials will require negotiation and possibly new legislation, as well.

"We want to bring new options to patients faster and at less cost, but we also want to do the best science," said Moss. "While the trial system might be improved in many ways, we think collaborative clinical trials are a strong option that should be considered."

"I don't anticipate that every company will start launching cooperative trials, but I think it will happen in certain clinical situations where this type of study seems especially well suited," said Ryan. "Ultimately, people need to see it as a good business proposition, that there is a competitive advantage to doing it this way."


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Contact: Emily Boynton
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585-273-1757
University of Rochester Medical Center
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