Energy & Commerce Committee releases document for better and faster cures

The House Energy and Commerce Committee yesterday released an initial discussion document outlining some specific proposals with the common goal of accelerating the pace of cures in the United States.  

Key proposal language within the discussion document and draft bill related to clinical trial efficiency and modernization can be found within "Title III – Modernizing Clinical Trials" and specifically "Subtitle B – Broader Application of Bayesian Statistics and Adaptive Trial Designs".

To view those key sections and the complete documents, below are the links:

One-pager highlighting the legislative ideas

 —Discussion document section-by-section

First release of draft bill

For the complete news release, see it here

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