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Spring 2006
At the cutting edge of the latest industry developments, Samedan is adept at keeping the information you need at your fingertips. ICT provides a unique platform of communication for the market across Europe, North America and the rest of the developed world. To find out what's hot in the world of pharmaceuticals, take a look below at the range of articles featured in this issue of ICT
   
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Pam Barnacal introduces the inaugural ICT in her Editor’s Letter

 
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TRIAL MANAGEMENT
Emma-Kate Yates at Fast4Wd Ogilvy addresses the thorny issue of recruitment and enrolment for clinical trials in oncology, in Patients Are a Virtue  
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Taking the UK as their case study, Diana Anderson and Beth Harper at D Anderson & Company demystify the regulations involved in patient recruitment, in Going Through Customs  
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In A CRO’s Progress, ICT talks to Nigel Page, President of i3 Research, about how a business with therapeutic specialisation in mind can stay on top in a tough market  
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eCLINICAL
With ever-spiralling costs relating to the development of drug candidates,Valarie Higgins, Ellen Shea and Eva R Miller at Biostatistics, affiliated with Interactive Clinical Technologies, Inc, see promise in Intelligent Design  
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Electronic data collection, though by no means a new technology, is now beginning to demonstrate its full potential. Khaled El Emam, Chief Scientist at TrialStat Corporation, maps out this Industrial Evolution  
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Since electronic data capture systems noticeably speed up clinical data collection, David Fishbach at Phase Forward is moved to ask, Does EDC Herald the End of CTMS?  
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Mark Wheeldon at Formedix Ltd argues that EDC requires a vendor-neutral, platform-independent utility, in his article on CDISC: Eliminating Standard Deviation  
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IT & LOGISTICS
In Reading the Signals, Judy Hanover and Alison Hodges at Lincoln Technologies consider the various strategies devised to combat safety concerns in the industry – concentrating on the twin elements of signal detection and data mining  
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A high-performing supply chain is currently an industry hot topic, since it is critical in accelerating clinical development. Kunal Khattar at InfoPro Solutions, Inc, reports on Supply In Demand  
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CLINICAL THERAPEUTICS
In Curing Cancer: A New Technique Makes its Mark, Dr Lee Schacter at MDS Pharma Services talks about intelligent anticancer treatment, and its fast-growing status as the most promising method of tackling this destructive disease  
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The beauty of industry-conducted patient registries are that they benefit the public and the industry. Jean Siebenaler at Kendle shows us the Best of Both Worlds  
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MARKETPLACE
As a region at various stages of industrialisation and development, Latin America shows some promise. Dr Faiz Kermani of Chiltern International explains Clinical Research – Latino Style, showing how the pharmaceutical industry can help to drive overall improvements in the area  
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For the pharmaceutical industry, complying with European regulations can cause Legal Landmines and Operational Headaches. Arianna Greco and Fabio Marazzi of M+BIOLAW offer some pain relief  
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With widespread adoption of the electronic Common Technical Document imminent, Jim Nichols at Thomson Scientific, Liquent Regulatory Solutions Division, previews the advantages it will offer, in eCTD: No Longer Submission Impossible  
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PREVIEW
Now in its 42nd year, the DIA Annual Meeting Update offers, as always, an unmissable symposium for global pharma  
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INFORMATION
 
 
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