Patient Community Advisory Boards are groups established and operated by patient advocates. They facilitate discussions in a safe harbour setting and under strict rules, an MOU and CA on the latest developments and challenges related to medical research and procedures in a disease area with the company or body conducting the research. The CAB can cover from preclinical to post marketing topics. The CAB depending on the areas of discussion can invite scientific expert to serve as advisors.View this resource Bookmark this resource
The purpose of NBS is to detect potentially fatal or disabling conditions in newborns as early as possible and possibly before onset of symptoms. Such detection allows the early treatment which may significantly modify the natural history of the disease and potentially prevent developmental delays, physical disabilities and eventually death.View this resource Bookmark this resource
The NCATS Toolkit for Patient-Focused Therapy Development (Toolkit) was developed through a collaboration between NCATS and rare diseases patient groups. The patient groups had expressed an interest in exchanging knowledge and sharing best practices in therapy developmentView this resource Bookmark this resource
This guidance is intended to help inform the design and implementation of natural history studies that can be used to support the development of safe and effective drugs and biological products
for rare diseases. Although the focus of this guidance is rare diseases; the recommendations in the guidance may be applicable to drug development for nonrare diseases.
Participating in research provides patients with access to cutting-edge treatments and benefit the population and the health services as a whole by leading to the development of more effective, high quality, cost-efficient treatments and healthcare delivery models. ERNs represent an unicum in the clinical and research worldwide collaborative panorama, indeed 24 ERNs span the over 6000 rare diseases by involving 300 EU HCPs and over 1000 specialized units in 25 EU countriesView this resource Bookmark this resource