Announcing FierceDrugDelivery

Yesterday we launched FierceDrugDelivery--and our mission to readers is to be the first place to turn for drug delivery industry news and insight.

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FierceDrugDelivery is published weekly on Wednesdays via e-mail newsletter, and stories will be posted on as news breaks throughout the week.

Drug delivery systems are fundamental to the industries we cover across the Fierce portfolio--from discovery to postmarketing. FierceBiotech readers I've spoken to understand advancements in drug delivery systems enable viable development of new classes of breakthrough therapies. FiercePharma readers expect drug delivery technologies to increase dosage efficacy and decrease toxicity, dramatically improving both the regulatory approval process and lifecycles of their products. 

We're thrilled to have John Haystead as lead editor of FierceDrugDelivery. He's a former Editor-in-Chief of Pharmaceutical Technology magazine and brings a wealth of drug delivery knowledge to our team. Drug delivery industry executives and influencers with news and tips should e-mail him directly: [email protected]

FierceDrugDelivery is made possible by the support of Elan Drug Technologies. Thanks to their exclusive charter sponsorship, readers can enjoy complimentary drug delivery industry news and analysis alongside their current Fierce subscriptions. 

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- Arsalan Arif (e-mail | twitter)
Group Publisher, FierceMarkets Life Sciences

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