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April 21, 2014 – News Bytes

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Cancer Research U.K. to launch 14-drug, personalized medicine trial

By Ronald Rosenberg
CenterWatch Staff Writer

British researchers, working with two global pharmaceutical companies, are planning to launch a different kind of personalized medicine clinical trial that could change how cancer drugs are studied and potentially cut the time and cost of bringing them to market.


The Pulse on Site Success By Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D.

Throughout the evolution of clinical trials, patient enrollment has remained the most confounding element of timely trial completion. From the site perspective, the challenges are many. It is critical to mobilize strategies that minimize cost, maximize recruitment and avert patient attrition.


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Proposal calls for back-to-back trials to measure efficacy and effectiveness prior to FDA approval

Study: Minority populations under-represented in cancer trials, but have higher rates of incidence

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April

Make way for mobile health in clinical trials
Despite patient retention, data quality benefits, regulatory hurdles persist

Global clinical trial laboratories decentralize
Regional labs reducing complexity, delivering cost and time savings

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Strategic alliances hit bumps in the road
Mixed relationship performance driving new approaches

Tapping community hospitals for clinical trial volunteers
New study finds high potential but infrastructure, resources are lacking

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