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Utilising Big Data to Produce Faster and Cheaper Clinical Research

Recruitment and retention of patients remains the major challenge to ensuring trials run as fast as possible and give them the statistical power they are designed to produce. This is not just about getting better any more - but about stopping the deterioration of these metrics in modern clinical trials.
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