Comment on: “Patient Registries: An Underused Resource for Medicines Evaluation: Operational Proposals for Increasing the Use of Patient Registries in Regulatory Assessments”

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The Original Article was published on 13 July 2019

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Ravi Jandhyala is the managing director of Medialis Ltd, a Medical Affairs consultancy that offers consultation on clinical research as a paid service.

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Jandhyala, R. Comment on: “Patient Registries: An Underused Resource for Medicines Evaluation: Operational Proposals for Increasing the Use of Patient Registries in Regulatory Assessments”. Drug Saf 42, 1515–1516 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40264-019-00862-x

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