It’s a relief to have medications available when a member of your family is diagnosed with a new condition. But do you know how that medication was developed and what went into its approval for you to be able to use it?
Dr. Marc Rothenberg has been working on a drug for the last decade to help his patients who have eosinophilic esophagitis. He’s our guest today, providing insight to how a new drug is developed; what the research, approval and distribution look like. He also shares more about how he and his team have given so much of themselves over the past many years to bring this drug to market for patients who previously haven’t had medication available. There is more to this process than we ever knew and we hope you will listen and learn more too.
Cincinnati Center for Eosinophilic Disorders Research: