Rare diseases, orphan drugs, and their regulation in Asia: Current status and future perspectives

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Orphan DrugRegulatory Science

this paper describes the current status of the regulation of rare diseases and orphan drugs in Asia and we comparatively analyze the regulation of rare diseases and orphan drugs worldwide in order to examine the challenges to and future perspectives on promoting research on rare diseases and development of orphan drugs in China and other Asian countries.

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The EUPATI Academy is the only in-depth training program for patient experts so far in EU that lasts 14months.
It includes an on online training program supported with two weeks of F2F training. The Academy is still operated by EPF, providing high quality training in drug development to patient from EMEA.

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The European Network of Paediatric Research at the European Medicines Agency (Enpr- EMA) is a network of research networks, investigators and centres with recognised expertise in performing clinical studies in children. Enpr-EMA enables networking and collaboration with members from within and outside the European Union (EU), including academia and the pharmaceutical industry

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This FDA program allows early access to drugs and medical devices before marketing approval, under regulatory oversight with collection of Safety data, to individual patients with serious or immediately life-threatening diseases or conditions who lack therapeutic alternatives. This includes emergency and non-emergency expanded access.

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