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Thomson Reuters Spotlights the Impact of Personalized Medicine on Pharmaceutical R&D
Date:12/13/2012

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters, the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced the publication of a new report that provides a comprehensive view of the potential effects of personalized medicine on drug research and development. Spotlight on Personalized Medicine, a Pharma Matters report based on insights and information from Thomson Reuters Cortellis for Competitive Intelligence and a selection of data from CMR International, details the current challenges posed by the paradigm of stratified medicine as well as its clinical, economic and societal value.

"An array of scientific and market factors have prompted the pharma industry to question the sustainability of the current R&D model, which targets large populations with chronic unmet medical needs," said Jon Brett-Harris, executive vice president at Thomson Reuters. "Despite the commercial success of these products, the one-size-fits-all focus has resulted in spiraling R&D costs, longer development timelines and narrow product portfolios. New options, specifically personalized medicine, appear to be an attractive and more sustainable solution. This new report offers a detailed look into the possible advantages and disadvantages of this potentially game-changing approach."

The report shows that a stratified paradigm could result in more efficient ways of conducting drug development, as well as address increased public awareness related to post-marketing withdrawals of popular drugs and debates concerning drug pricing and reimbursement. Further, the ability to better assess bio
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