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Published on Apr 12, 2017

In 2016, the Clinical Research & Excellence (CARE) Awards were launched to recognize the people and teams driving drug development, which continually grows in its complexity, especially within times of uncertainty. Since the inaugural ceremony, R&D pipelines continued to grow in size, but at a reduced rate of expansion. In parallel, the number of drugs successfully launched during 2016 fell back from the highs seen in the prior two years. Despite the obstacles, the industry remains committed to bringing new medicines to market and overcoming the numerous unmet medical needs in healthcare. As such, Pharma Intelligence returned to the State Room in Boston, to once again pay tribute to those who embody the human element of clinical and research excellence during the second annual CARE Awards ceremony, which was hosted by the multi-media journalist, Janet Wu, former Anchor and Health Reporter for Boston’s NBC station and adjunct professor at Emerson College.


Find out more about the evening and the winners here







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