The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is enacting the Research to Accelerate Cures & Equity (RACE) for Children Act amends and updates the Pediatric Research Equity Act (PREA). RACE Act will require new drugs intended for adult cancer treatment to also be studied in pediatric cancers when the molecular target of the drug is relevant to pediatric oncology. This paper discusses the need for and the importance of pediatric research, the RACE Act, and how it applies to precision medicine.
The Center for Pediatric Clinical Development
We’re driving pediatric clinical research forward and protecting kids through research, not from it.
Parents as Gatekeepers for Children with Cancer
The RACE for Children Act will require new drugs intended for adult cancer treatment to also be studied in pediatric cancers when the molecular…
LLS PedAL: How Collaboration in Pediatric Oncology Trials Will Lead to Success
PRA has partnered with The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) on a global precision medicine clinical trial for children with relapsed acute…