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Full SPaeDD Ahead

It’s true what they say about strength in numbers; pooling both resources and expertise allows those collaborating to better tackle the challenges associated with complex research and development. The result is an approach greater than the sum of its parts.

In my view, collaboration is particularly crucial in areas of drug development with great unmet medical needs, such as the pediatric field. Over the past few decades, pediatric drug development has not kept up with the progress made by medicines tailored to adults, and there are many limitations that disincentivize companies from formulating medicines specifically for children. Children’s physiological make-up will alter as they age, with factors such as the composition of intestinal fluids, gut permeability and metabolism all changing over time. In addition, there is a distinct lack of methodologies and clear guidelines available to support pediatric medicine development.

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Andrew Parker

Andrew Parker, Director of Project Integration at Juniper Pharma Services, UK.

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