“In silico technologies also enable drug developers to perform, in theory, an unlimited number of tests using a wide range of variables that include age, sex, and the health status of each member of the virtual patient pool, compared to the more restrictive parameters of a traditional trial. By reducing the amount of trial and error involved in collecting data, drug developers can focus on therapies that prove to be more effective in treating a specific group of patients.”
Tanja Dowe is a health care executive.
She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “The promise of in silico drug development to improve patient outcomes.”
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