The Post-Statin World

Trahan, Ronald C.
April 2003
Pharmaceutical Executive;Apr2003, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p76
Trade Publication
Comments on the need for drug marketing firms to study the possibilities in cardiovascular treatment in order to prepare drug efficacy communication strategies for therapeutic promotions. Opportunities in metabolic syndrome studies; Metrics for the diagnosis, progression and prognosis of cardiovascular diseases; Campaign for collaboration between drug and biotechnology companies.


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