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Enrichment Strategies for Clinical Trials

On 14 December 2012, the FDA released the guidance Enrichment Strategies for Clinical Trials to Support Approval for Human Drugs and Biological Products.  The guidance is intended to provide strategies for drug developers to enrich enrollment for responder subjects in … Continue reading

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The CED Life Science Conference and Biotech’s Yellow Brick Road

The 21st annual CED Life Science Conference achieved its mission of cementing the Research Triangle Park as a hotbed for innovation and opportunity in biotech.  The 2012 CED LSC showcased local leaders like Victor Dzau, President and CEO of Duke … Continue reading

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Future of Clinical Trials – Conference Review

On September 15-17, I attended the Future of Clinical Trials conference produced by Leo Intelligence. The conference consisted of professionals from many aspects of clinical drug development. The first two talks set the stage for the rest of the conference and … Continue reading

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Future of Clinical Trials Conference 2010

The Future of Clinical Trials conference will be held in San Francisco, CA from 15-17 September 2010.  The focus of this year’s conference is, “Exploring Efficiencies and Strategies for Smarter Clinical Trials.”  The three day conference has an impressive list … Continue reading

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Five Keys to Successful Adaptive Trials

Running adaptive trials is not easy. However, in a world of skyrocketing drug development costs, these trials are set to become essential tools in any drugmaker’s repertoire, especially early in clinical development. A poorly done adaptive trial can not only … Continue reading

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