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How Using Saliva in Malaria Diagnostics
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How Using Saliva in Malaria Diagnostics Empowers People in Malaria-endemic Communities to Fight the Disease

Malaria acts quickly. Every hour that passes after the onset of symptoms increases the risk of death or permanent disability. Therefore, a diagnostic test is …

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European Group Uses Graph Technology
Volume 12 Issue 5

European Group Uses Graph Technology to Reveal Research Data Connections

The amount of data in scientific research is growing exponentially. Big Data and other advances in data science hold huge potential for medical researchers to …

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Modernising TMF Processes to Accelerate
Volume 12 Issue 5

Modernising TMF Processes to Accelerate Clinical Trials

Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research, committed to bringing forward the day that all cancers are …

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Electronic Product Information
Volume 12 Issue 5

Electronic Product Information: Are Companies Ready?

Regional health authorities across the world are developing an increased appetite for electronic product information, which could be a much more efficient and patient-friendly way …

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Gaining Efficiency through Interoperability
Volume 12 Issue 5

Gaining Efficiency through Interoperability

Despite powerful electronic tools in clinical research, we still see data being copied from one system to another every day. With an ever-increasing amount of …

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Automating Adverse Event Data Capture
Volume 12 Issue 5

Automating Adverse Event Data Capture: A Missed Opportunity?

Life sciences companies are widely failing to maximise opportunities to automate the capture of adverse event data, according to a new study involving pharmaceutical organisations …

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Managing Collection of temperature
Volume 12 Issue 5

Managing Collection of Temperature-sensitive Patient Samples during a Clinical Trial

Direct-to-patient collection of biological samples is a growing trend that poses complex, but solvable logistics challenges during clinical trials. Providing a convenient and easy method …

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Decentralized Clinical Trials
Volume 12 Issue 5

Decentralized Clinical Trials

JCS Speaks with Dr. Graham Wylie at MRN on Home Trial Support and Decentralized Clinical Trials Demographic, epidemiological, social, and cultural trends in European countries …

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