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The latest in clinical trial news, tips, and trends

Looking Forward on Innovation

An estimated 1 out of every 5,000 experimental compounds achieve FDA approval, and bring medial products to market costs about $1.3 billion...

Dec 12, 2016 0

Improving Health Literacy in Clinical Trials

Health literacy doesn’t just mean the ability to read and write; it’s the degree to which individuals can understand, communicate, and act upon health..

Oct 26, 2016 0

3 Tips for Recruiting Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

One of the diseases getting the most attention for clinical trials recently is Alzheimer’s disease. There have been several exciting developments in..

Oct 24, 2016 0

5 Apps That Are Changing Clinical Trials

Each of these mobile applications brings the convenience of health services directly to patients through their mobile devices. Although not all have..

Oct 01, 2016 0

Insights into Hispanic Enrollment in Clinical Trials

Most savvy organizations are aware that cultural groups tend to differ greatly from one another.  Too often, however, even the best organizations don’t..

Aug 02, 2016 0

Digital Check-Ups : Harnessing Web Applications in the Age of the Informed Patient

It’s a potential source of fear for patients as taut and real as any horror film: looking up symptoms on WebMd. "What will the internet say is wrong..

Jul 23, 2016 0

The Importance of Social Media for Your Company

In the past decade, social media has become an integral part of the patient recruitment initiative. With platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and ..

Jul 21, 2016 0

Our Repertoire of Patient Enrollment Tactics

Successful clinical trials need participant enrollment.  But it is getting increasingly harder for most investigators to recruit and retain patients.

Jun 11, 2016 0

How likely are Cancer Medications to Receive FDA Approval?

Biotech’s largest trade association, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), along with business intelligence firms, Amplion and BioMedTracker..

May 31, 2016 0

Is the DEA Changing Its Mind About Marijuana? What Could This Mean for The Pharmaceutical Industry?

Professional marijuana advocates and educators have been fighting to remove the common misconceptions behind marijuana use since it was made illegal in..

May 05, 2016 0