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Advances in Preclinical Imaging Provide New Insights for Oncology Research

The tried and trusted imaging modalities in the preclinical researcher’s toolkit have undergone an evolution over recent years and a number of multi-modal techniques have …

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Statistically Speaking – Why a Hybrid of Centralised

Statistical Monitoring and Key Risk Indicators could be the Answer for Risk-based Monitoring The industry is at a crossroads when it comes to data-driven monitoring …

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Quest for Outbreak Preparedness: Advancing Research Response to the Next Infectious Threat

Explosive human population growth and international travel, combined with a shrinking habitat for animal species and increased interaction between humans and animals, are just some …

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Accelerating the Pace of Study Start-up

Launching a new clinical study is an exciting stage of product development. There is tremendous hope that a new drug will cure illness or bring …

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Safety in the Spotlight: A Risk-based Approach to Biosimilars

Biosimilars have important cost benefits to offer the overall healthcare system, and they give access to treatment for patients with rare or very serious illnesses …

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Medical Management in Clinical Trials: A Roadmap to Operational Excellence

The clinical research physician is a key member of any drug development team and forms the backbone for all medical and scientific aspects of the …

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Medicinal Products for Human Use and Clinical Trials in the EU – A Changing Regulatory Landscape

Bringing new drug products from early discovery, through clinical trials and into commercialisation is a challenging, costly and time-consuming process. It involves multiple stakeholders within …

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Entering the Era of Cognitive Computing

The concept of digital health is not new; a pioneer in radio and publishing, Hugo Gernsback, first put forward the concept in the 1920s, proposing …

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What Makes Russia an Attractive Market for Conducting Clinical Trials?

Today’s Russian clinical trial market is worth 880 million dollars and there is every expectation that it will continue to grow. If growth remains at …

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A Review of FDA’s Action Plan to Proactively Reduce Prescription Opioid Abuse

The increasing rates of opioid abuse and dependence, as well as the alarming rise in the number of prescription opioid-related overdoses and deaths in the …

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