영국 환자들은 첨단 의약품을 놓칠 위험이 있습니다., 지도자들은 경고한다

영국 환자들은 새로운 임상 시험의 수가 감소한 후 첨단 약물을 놓칠 위험이 있습니다., industry leaders warn

  • UK initiated more trials for Covid treatments than any other European country
  • But trials for investigating other disease conditions have plummeted
  • Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry has said Britain must do more
  • 영국 환자들은 새로운 임상 시험의 수가 감소한 후 첨단 약물을 놓칠 위험이 있습니다., industry leaders warn.

    The UK initiated more trials for Covid treatments than any other European country but those for other diseases have plummeted.

    The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry says studies here were hit harder than in other nations and have been slower to recover.

    It insists ministers must do more to make the country an attractive place to do trials, so patients can access the newest medicines faster.

    Recommendations include embedding a research culture within the NHS, streamlining the trials approvals process and increasing funding to regulators.

    The UK initiated more trials for Covid treatments than any other European country but those for other diseases have plummeted (스톡)

    The UK initiated more trials for Covid treatments than any other European country but those for other diseases have plummeted (스톡)

    있었다 68 commercial clinical trials for Covid initiated in the UK in 2020 – the most in Europe and third only to the United States and Brazil.

    하나, the focus on Covid has negatively impacted on research across other diseases, including cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

    이상 40 per cent of NHS trusts had non-Covid research studies paused during the first wave of the pandemic, preventing patients from receiving potentially life-saving treatments.

    UK global ranking for clinical trials

    UK’s 2021 global ranking

    Phase 1 – 4

    Phase 2 – 5

    Phase 3 – 7

    UK’s 2018 global ranking

    Phase 1 – 3

    Phase 2 – 2

    Phase 3 – 4

    광고

    The UK initiated 655 commercial clinical trials in 2018 but this fell 33 퍼센트 440 작년, excluding those for Covid.

    This means the country has slipped down the global league tables for phase 1, 2 과 3 clinical trials, the new ABPI report reveals.

    리처드 토 베트, the association’s chief executive, 말했다: ‘We are proud of the achievements in Covid-19 research, but we must now learn from them if we are to rebuild and transform the UK’s whole clinical research offering. ‘

    The value of clinical research has never been more evident – it is the key to global recovery, improving public health and protecting us from future pandemics.’

    Overall clinical trial enrolment in the UK was 84 per cent lower in May 2020 than May 2019, with cancer studies suffering the biggest dip of 88 퍼센트.

    프랑스, Germany and Spain saw overall enrolment fall between 66 과 70 per cent in May 2020, while Italy’s biggest year-on-year drop of 60 per cent was recorded in April.

    Italy and Spain have recovered their non-Covid research activity the fastest, with enrolment 37 퍼센트와 34 per cent higher, 각기, 6 월 2021 than June 2019.

    그 동안에, enrolment in the UK is still floundering 15 per cent lower than pre-Covid levels.

    The UK is relatively strong in early clinical research and maintains its place as number one in Europe for Phase 1 clinical trial activity.

    하나, its global ranking has dropped from third in 2018 to fourth in 2020.

    For Phase 2, the UK ranks third in Europe and fifth globallydown from first and second, 각기.

    하나, for later stage Phase 3 trials, which see larger numbers of patients treated with potentially life-saving treatments, the UK has dropped behind a number of European countries.

    For these, it now ranks just seventh globally and fifth in Europebehind USA, 스페인, 독일, 중국, Italy and France.

    Professor Ramesh Arasaradnam, Academic Vice-President of the Royal College of Physicians, 말했다: ‘Clinical trials have played a crucial role in the development of new vaccines and treatments for Covid-19, demonstrating the importance of research for all to see.

    ‘At the same time, the disruption that the pandemic has caused to other areas of clinical research is very concerning.

    ‘It is imperative that we return levels of research activity to at least what they were before the pandemic.

    ‘Participating in non-Covid-19 trials is potentially transformative for patients’ health and wellbeing.

    ‘Putting research at the heart of the NHS’s recovery will help deliver better outcomes for patients, improve job satisfaction within the workforce and benefit the UK economy.

    ‘It must be a key priority for policy makers as we emerge from the pandemic.’

    The number of people participating in clinical trials in England in 2020/21 was double that in 2019/20, 하나 905,790 의 1,390,483 were participating in Covid research.

    Commercial clinical research generated an estimated income of £355million for the NHS in England in 2018/2019 and an estimated cost saving of £28.6million.

    Russell Abberley, an ABPI board member and General Manager for UK and Ireland at drug’s firm Amgen, 말했다: ‘Global pharmaceutical companies are looking for the optimal environment to conduct their clinical trials; places where they can cultivate strategic partnerships and innovate in clinical development in a timely manner.

    ‘The UK needs to demonstrate it can deliver that.

    ‘Putting the recommendations of this report into action will help make the UK a leading destination for researching and developing new medicines, with compelling treatment benefits for patients and economic advantages for the NHS.’

    Hilary Reynolds, chief executive of the Association of Medical Research Charities, described the pace of the UK’s recovery relative to other countries as ‘concerning’.

    그녀는 덧붙였다: ’It is clear that substantial and sustained investment and collaboration across the research and healthcare systems is required, with an active and resourced commitment from Government to fulfil their aim for the UK to be a science superpower.’

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