Service gives the seriously ill access to innovative treatments still in development
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Service gives the seriously ill access to innovative treatments still in development

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Treatments for illnesses such as cancer or depression are often required to go through a lengthy process before they’re approved for use in hospitals, even if they could potentially benefit patients right now. While in the past Cinderella Therapeutics has aimed to revive promising medicines that failed to make a profit, a new service from the Netherlands called myTomorrows is now enabling patients to fast track the use of drugs that haven’t yet been fully approved.

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