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January 9th, 2007
Purdue will launch first medication-error investigation program in U.S.
As a model, the medication-error response team will use Purdue's Technical Assistance Program, which links Indiana companies with Purdue resources, to establish a pharmaceutical technical assistance program. Purdue researchers also will develop systems, much like those currently found in industry, to reduce medication errors.
A leader in industrial pharmacy, Purdue also will use the Lilly Endowment investment to focus on reducing the cost and time needed to develop drugs. Nanotechnology will be used to develop delivery systems for cancer drugs to help reduce their toxicity.
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