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Clinical Laboratories & Logistics
Q&A: Clinical Finances

Money Matters

The many financial aspects that must be considered within a clinical trial and the role that a CRO plays in the process are explored by Greenphire’s Dave Espenshade.
 
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Patient Centricity

A Winning Formula

To fully realise commercialisation and drug development, patient centricity is an important factor to consider. Justin Schroeder at PCI Pharma Services demonstrates how this can help a patient-focused approach excel.
 
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Early Phase Development

Early Beginnings

Dr Torkel Gren at Recipharm Pharmaceutical Development and Anders Millerhovf at CTC Clinical Trial Consultants examine an integrated approach to early phase trials that will ensure new drugs are effectively and securely produced.
 
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Content Management

Data Diligence

Pharmaceutical companies need to gather data from busy healthcare professionals, and they should pay attention to how to do this and the ways in which it can be used to develop supply and logistics, says Kieran Bourke at MAXX Design.
 
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