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Know Your Audience: Clinical Trials with Paediatric Populations
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Know Your Audience: Clinical Trials with Paediatric Populations

In recent years, the FDA has placed greater emphasis on the need for paediatric studies. As Shawn Patterson Baker and Jennifer Eastabrook of AXON Clinical Trial Servi...
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Industry Trends on Sourcing Clinical Trial Supplies Globally
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Industry Trends on Sourcing Clinical Trial Supplies Globally

Clinical trial supplies, specifically comparative agents as either investigational medicinal products or as non-investigational medicinal products, are a unique commo...
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A Review of Sourcing Approaches Within Clinical Development
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A Review of Sourcing Approaches Within Clinical Development

As budgets become tighter and tighter, many pharmaceutical, biotechnology and device companies are having to continually re-assess the way that they are supporting re...
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The Importance of Communication in Life Sciences – Openness and Cultural Considerations
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The Importance of Communication in Life Sciences – Openness and Cultural Considerations

Full and open communication between companies working in partnership is important in all business sectors, and an awareness of cultural differences can be just as imp...
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The United Federation or the Mafia?
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The United Federation or the Mafia?

In theory, CRO partnerships should work perfectly well. One reason that there is so much debate about this topic is that it’s difficult to assess why they don’t. But ...
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Single Shot DNA Vaccines – An Everlasting Immunity. A Review of FDA Guidance
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Single Shot DNA Vaccines – An Everlasting Immunity. A Review of FDA Guidance

DNA vaccines have been termed as ‘The Third Generation of Vaccines’ due to their versatility and potential that can also be utilised to produce vaccines against some ...
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Want to Better Recruit and Retain Patients? Think Like One
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Want to Better Recruit and Retain Patients? Think Like One

To understand what motivates patients to participate in a clinical trial, study coordinators and protocol designers must learn to think like a patient. This principle...
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Vendor Management in Clinical Operations – New Opportunities for Small and Midsize CROs
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Vendor Management in Clinical Operations – New Opportunities for Small and Midsize CROs

Changes in global operating conditions have caused pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to reconsider their existing practices and development strategies, as we...
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Lebanon Watch
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Lebanon Watch

Clinical research in Lebanon is hassle-free, and approvals from local ethics committee are quick with short timelines. The total timeline to get a study started in Le...
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Patient Recruitment and Retention: Perspectives from an Industry Leader
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Patient Recruitment and Retention: Perspectives from an Industry Leader

JCS interviews Liz Moench at Medici Group Inc, on the challenges of patient recruitment and retention.
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