EMA facilitates early engagement with medicine developers to combat antimicrobial resistance
As of today, EMA is opening up the early dialogue available through its Innovation Task Force (ITF) to all medicine developers who work on therapeutic approaches for the treatment or prevention of bacterial and fungal infections. ITF is a forum for dialogue between regulators and developers of innovative emerging therapies, methods and technologies, in the early stages of research and development. ITF is usually reserved for innovative medicines. Given the growing threat to public health caused by antimicrobial resistance and the need for new treatments, EMA is inviting all developers working on medicines for the treatment or prevention of life-threatening microbial infections to enter into early dialogue with the Agency to help strengthen the drug development pipeline for new antimicrobials.
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