Safer Medicines Trust hosts international conference at the Royal Society: Speed & Safety in Drug Discovery

The theme was the benefits that a focus on human, rather than animal biology can bring to drug discovery and development. The day was a tremendous success, with comments from delegates including: “A conference which was long overdue!” and from speakers: “Thank you very much for the opportunity to participate and speak at this wonderful conference.”

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