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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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Clinical Trials in the Facebook Age

On 07 Jun 2011, Pfizer initiated a clinical trial pilot to assess safety and efficacy of Detrol LA, which is a treatment for overactive bladder (OAB).  The trial, REMOTE (Research on Electronic Monitoring of OAB Treatment Experience), was the first … Continue reading

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Project Management for Biotech Companies

In today’s fast paced, high pressure world of drug development there are multiple factors that can and do affect marketing success.  Large organizations understand the value that project management can contribute to a successful project.  The smaller companies tend to … Continue reading

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Choose Canada for Your Next Clinical Trial

When it comes to the state of the life science industry in Canada, the critics are numerous.  The past two to three years have been difficult and those that lie ahead are still quite uncertain.  With the growing competition at … Continue reading

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Social Media in Clinical Trials: Increasing Patient Recruitment

When you become sick with a virus or are seeking information about a diet, where’s the first place that you turn to for help? Is it the doctor’s office or the internet? A recent study showed that the percentage of … Continue reading

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