Unmet medical needs addressed by drug delivery technology?

Thomas A. Collet tacollet at tezcat.com
Fri Sep 13 10:39:06 EST 1996


In article <32372503.2B7B at interramp.com>, Bill Graney
<us036817 at interramp.com> wrote:

> _______________
> > 
> > UNMET OR POORLY-MET MEDICAL NEEDS ADDRESSED BY DRUG DELIVERY TECHNOLOGY!?
> > 
> > I just started on a project for one of my clients for which I would
like to identify unmet or poorly-met medical needs that 
> could be addressed by drug delivery
> > 
> > Does anyone know of an effort to look at these delivery opportunities
in a systematic way, e.g., by drug or by 
> therapeutic area? The range of opportunities I a

> 
> Thomas,
> 
> I can almost guarantee you that any such database is proprietary.
> Consulting firms prepare them for drug delivery firms who then
> realize that the new databases are identical to previous ones 
> prepared in-house.
> 
> An interesting comment on our iterative times, don't you think?
> 
> Bill Graney

Bill:

I am not a buddhist, but in business there does seem to be something to
the incremental attainment of "bliss." It probably has something to do
with risk minimization - large corporations just don't have the money
anymore to spend on hunches like they used to.
Cheers,

Thomas


Thomas Collet
McKinsey&Company, Inc.
Thomas_Collet at McKinsey.com
tacollet at tezcat.com




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