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The Resource Extending the spectrum of precompetitive collaboration in oncology research : workshop summary, Margie Patlak, Sharyl J. Nass, and Erin Balogh, rapporteurs ; National Cancer Policy Forum, Board on Health Care Services, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)

Extending the spectrum of precompetitive collaboration in oncology research : workshop summary, Margie Patlak, Sharyl J. Nass, and Erin Balogh, rapporteurs ; National Cancer Policy Forum, Board on Health Care Services, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)

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Extending the spectrum of precompetitive collaboration in oncology research : workshop summary
Title
Extending the spectrum of precompetitive collaboration in oncology research
Title remainder
workshop summary
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Margie Patlak, Sharyl J. Nass, and Erin Balogh, rapporteurs ; National Cancer Policy Forum, Board on Health Care Services, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies
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Language
eng
Summary
  • "Despite spending more time and money in developing novel therapeutics, the success rate for new pharmacologic treatments has been poor. Although the research and development expenditures have grown 13 percent each year since 1970 (a 50-fold increase), the number of new drugs approved annually is no greater now than it was 50 years ago. Over the past decade, skyrocketing costs and the complexity of the scientific knowledge upon which to develop new agents have provided incentives for alternative approaches to drug development, if we are to continue to improve clinical care and reduce mortality. These challenges create opportunities for improved collaboration between industry, academia, government, and philanthropic organizations at each stage in new drug development, marketing, and implementation. Perhaps the most appropriate initial step in addressing the need for collaboration is to consider more precompetitive relationships that allow sharing of scientific information to foster drug development
  • While these collaborative relationships in basic and preclinical research on drug targets and the early stages of clinical testing are acknowledged to be potentially important drivers for innovation and more rapid marketing of new agents, they also raise a number of concerns that must be addressed. For example, acknowledgment of academic productivity and independence and economic competitiveness must be considered and these challenges managed to foster a culture of collaboration. At the same time, regulatory issues, the need for standardization, and intellectual property concerns must be confronted if the current models for drug development are to be refined to encourage robust participation in precompetitive collaborations. Recognizing the growing importance of precompetitive collaborations in oncology drug development, as well as the challenges these innovative collaborations pose, the National Cancer Policy Forum of the Institute of Medicine held a workshop on February 9 and 10, 2010. This book is a summary of the workshop proceedings."--Publisher's description
  • "Despite spending more time and money in developing novel therapeutics, the success rate for new pharmacologic treatments has been poor. Although the research and development expenditures have grown 13 percent each year since 1970 (a 50-fold increase), the number of new drugs approved annually is no greater now than it was 50 years ago. Over the past decade, skyrocketing costs and the complexity of the scientific knowledge upon which to develop new agents have provided incentives for alternative approaches to drug development, if we are to continue to improve clinical care and reduce mortality. These challenges create opportunities for improved collaboration between industry, academia, government, and philanthropic organizations at each stage in new drug development, marketing, and implementation. Perhaps the most appropriate initial step in addressing the need for collaboration is to consider more precompetitive relationships that allow sharing of scientific information to foster drug development
  • While these collaborative relationships in basic and preclinical research on drug targets and the early stages of clinical testing are acknowledged to be potentially important drivers for innovation and more rapid marketing of new agents, they also raise a number of concerns that must be addressed. For example, acknowledgment of academic productivity and independence and economic competitiveness must be considered and these challenges managed to foster a culture of collaboration. At the same time, regulatory issues, the need for standardization, and intellectual property concerns must be confronted if the current models for drug development are to be refined to encourage robust participation in precompetitive collaborations. Recognizing the growing importance of precompetitive collaborations in oncology drug development, as well as the challenges these innovative collaborations pose, the National Cancer Policy Forum of the Institute of Medicine held a workshop on February 9 and 10, 2010. This book is a summary of the workshop proceedings."--Publisher's description
  • "Despite spending more time and money in developing novel therapeutics, the success rate for new pharmacologic treatments has been poor. Although the research and development expenditures have grown 13 percent each year since 1970 (a 50-fold increase), the number of new drugs approved annually is no greater now than it was 50 years ago. Over the past decade, skyrocketing costs and the complexity of the scientific knowledge upon which to develop new agents have provided incentives for alternative approaches to drug development, if we are to continue to improve clinical care and reduce mortality. These challenges create opportunities for improved collaboration between industry, academia, government, and philanthropic organizations at each stage in new drug development, marketing, and implementation. Perhaps the most appropriate initial step in addressing the need for collaboration is to consider more precompetitive relationships that allow sharing of scientific information to foster drug development
  • While these collaborative relationships in basic and preclinical research on drug targets and the early stages of clinical testing are acknowledged to be potentially important drivers for innovation and more rapid marketing of new agents, they also raise a number of concerns that must be addressed. For example, acknowledgment of academic productivity and independence and economic competitiveness must be considered and these challenges managed to foster a culture of collaboration. At the same time, regulatory issues, the need for standardization, and intellectual property concerns must be confronted if the current models for drug development are to be refined to encourage robust participation in precompetitive collaborations. Recognizing the growing importance of precompetitive collaborations in oncology drug development, as well as the challenges these innovative collaborations pose, the National Cancer Policy Forum of the Institute of Medicine held a workshop on February 9 and 10, 2010. This book is a summary of the workshop proceedings."--Publisher's description
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Patlak, Margie
Dewey number
616.99400157488
LC call number
RC267
LC item number
.E945 2010
NLM call number
  • 2010 M-162
  • QZ 206
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  • Nass, Sharyl J
  • Balogh, Erin
  • National Cancer Policy Forum (U.S.)
  • National Academies Press (U.S.)
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  • Biomedical Research
  • Neoplasms
  • Cooperative Behavior
  • Industry
  • Public-Private Sector Partnerships
  • Schools
  • United States
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Extending the spectrum of precompetitive collaboration in oncology research : workshop summary, Margie Patlak, Sharyl J. Nass, and Erin Balogh, rapporteurs ; National Cancer Policy Forum, Board on Health Care Services, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-83)
Contents
  • Introduction -- Current driving forces for collaboration -- Benefits of collaborating -- Challenges to collaborating -- What to share -- Types of precompetitive collaborations -- Lessons learned -- Next steps -- Summary
  • Introduction -- Current driving forces for collaboration -- Benefits of collaborating -- Challenges to collaborating -- What to share -- Types of precompetitive collaborations -- Lessons learned -- Next steps -- Summary
  • Introduction -- Current driving forces for collaboration -- Benefits of collaborating -- Challenges to collaborating -- What to share -- Types of precompetitive collaborations -- Lessons learned -- Next steps -- Summary
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9780309156547
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Extending the spectrum of precompetitive collaboration in oncology research : workshop summary, Margie Patlak, Sharyl J. Nass, and Erin Balogh, rapporteurs ; National Cancer Policy Forum, Board on Health Care Services, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-83)
Contents
  • Introduction -- Current driving forces for collaboration -- Benefits of collaborating -- Challenges to collaborating -- What to share -- Types of precompetitive collaborations -- Lessons learned -- Next steps -- Summary
  • Introduction -- Current driving forces for collaboration -- Benefits of collaborating -- Challenges to collaborating -- What to share -- Types of precompetitive collaborations -- Lessons learned -- Next steps -- Summary
  • Introduction -- Current driving forces for collaboration -- Benefits of collaborating -- Challenges to collaborating -- What to share -- Types of precompetitive collaborations -- Lessons learned -- Next steps -- Summary
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000417460
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780309156547
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000417460

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