1. No evidence of added benefit for most new drugs entering German healthcare system: International drug development processes and policies are responsible and must be reformed  Science Daily
  2. Big Pharma Fail: No Evidence Of Added Benefit In Most New Drugs  Study Finds
  3. Germany finds most new drugs did not offer meaningful benefits  STAT
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There seems to be a new drug to treat anything and everything these days, but are these medications as effective as they claim to be? A new study has concluded that the answer to that question is no.There seems to be a new drug to treat anything and everything these days, but are these medications as effective as they claim to be? A new study has concluded that the answer to that question is no.

Big Pharma Fail: No Evidence Of Added Benefit In Most New Drugs, Study Finds

Of 216 drugs reviewed, just 54, or 25%, offered a considerable or major benefit. For 35 drugs, or 16%, added benefit was minor or could not be quantified.Of 216 drugs reviewed, just 54, or 25%, offered a considerable or major benefit. For 35 drugs, or 16%, added benefit was minor or could not be quantified.

Germany finds most new drugs did not offer meaningful benefits - STAT