Humanity generates about 16.3 zettabytes (one trillion gigabytes) of data each year. By 2025, that figure could rise tenfold. For doctors, more data could lead to deeper insights on patient populations, which could lead to more effective clinical trials and streamlined drug development. This influx of data, while important for drug development, also poses some big challenges. To be valuable, data needs to be consistent, accurate and clear, but for most clinical teams drawing data from different sources and systems, these are rare commodities.
Today’s clinical trial systems urgently need an overhaul. Traditional siloed technologies for clinical development require patient information…
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ResearchMatch has a simple goal — to bring together two groups of people who are looking for one another: (1) people who are trying to find research studies, and (2) researchers who are looking for people to participate in their studies. It is a free and secure registry that has been developed by major academic institutions across the country who want to involve you in the mission of helping today’s studies make a real difference for everyone’s health in the future.
You can use this site to find a wealth of information about clinical research, including over 25,000 clinical trial listings (both industry and government sponsored), new drug therapies in research and those recently approved by the FDA.
By bringing both of our clients (Study Participants and Clinical Investigators) together we are able to revolutionize the Study Participant recruitment process in order to make it quicker, more accurate, and more personal than ever.
Quintiles created ClinicalResearch.com to increase clinical research awareness, understanding and participation. Here you can find clinical research studies recruiting in your area and learn about advances in medical areas of interest to you.
ClinicalTrials.gov gives you information about a trial's purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details.
The ISRCTN registry is a primary clinical trial registry recognised by WHO and ICMJE that accepts all clinical research studies (whether proposed, ongoing or completed), providing content validation and curation and the unique identification number necessary for publication. All study records in the database are freely accessible and searchable.
We’ve perfected precision recruitment to help sponsors fill clinical trial trials faster.
MyLocalStudy.com is managed by a team of experienced research professionals who recognize the need to connect the community with research study opportunities where medical advancements are developed and better treatments are provided. There are many great benefits to those who participate in medical studies and doctors need participants to further their medical goals.
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With an estimated 1 million people living with Parkinson's in the U.S. alone, the PD community is poised to take steps to transform their willingness into action – and results. Fox Trial Finder is one solution to help patients and their loved ones get involved in research by making it easier to find trials that are right for them.
The mission of the WHO Registry Platform is to ensure that a complete view of research is accessible to all those involved in health care decision making. This will improve research transparency and will ultimately strengthen the validity and value of the scientific evidence base.
Trialfacts was established in 2006 to provide specialized patient recruitment services and effective solutions to the clinical trial industry. We combine our extensive marketing and advertising expertise with in-depth clinical trial experience to create effective marketing solutions that adhere to GCP and IRB requirements.
Trials is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that encompasses all aspects of the performance and findings of randomized controlled trials.
For those patients who choose to participate in clinical trials, it is important to understand that much is unknown about the treatment being tested: whether or how well it works, if it is safe, and what side effects may result, in the short or the long term.
Because of these unknowns, there are potential risks to enrolling in clinical trials, along with potential benefits.
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Medical school had educated me on the existence of clinical trials but it had definitely never occurred to me that I could take part in one. Stepping forward into the world of unlicensed medication was something someone else did – not me.
The rules that govern study enrollment end up creating trial populations that invariably are much younger, have fewer health complications and have been exposed to far less medical treatment than those who are likely to use the drug. Roughly 53 percent of new cancer diagnoses, for example, are in people 65 or older, but this age group accounts for just 33 percent of participants in cancer drug trials.
In 2009, a breakthrough: a charming Italian researcher, Dr. Paolo Zamboni, claimed to have cured his wife's MS by "unblocking" the veins in her neck. He theorized MS wasn't an autoimmune disorder but a vascular one. The research was counterintuitive, it gave people with the disease hope, and it had an appealing personal tale behind it, involving one man's quest to save his wife. It was catnip for health reporters, who hailed "liberation therapy" as a romance-fueled medical triumph.
Sadly, however, Zamboni's discovery was more hype than breakthrough.
There’s no evidence that the HPV vaccine causes serious harm, but an investigation shows the trials weren’t designed to properly assess safety.
Clinical trials play a crucial role in advancing medical research. Many people are often hesitant to consider participating in a clinical research trial because they don’t fully understand the process, or they’ve heard some misleading things. Let’s discuss some of the many common myths surrounding clinical trial participation.
Under new, expanded guidelines on clinical trials, scientists must register a larger portion of their research in a public online repository.
Here are some of the key moments in the history of clinical trials that led to the type of trials we see today for COVID-19.
When the results of clinical trials aren’t made public, the consequences can be dangerous — and potentially deadly.
Sweeping clinical trials in which thousands of patients are studied for years at a stretch have long been the Holy Grail of medical research—especially when funded by the federal government.
Electronic medical records make possible a new research model based on real-world evidence.
All clinical trials come with their own complexities. Sponsors must tackle an intricate web of regulatory issues, approval time frames, operational challenges, and perhaps the greatest hurdle of patient recruitment and retention. And, these challenges are heightened in global clinical trials.
The explosion of health-related data could transform clinical trials and drug development. But only if we learn how to make sense of the data first.
Americans for Medical Progress (AMP) protects society's investment in research by nurturing public understanding of and support for the humane, necessary and valuable use of animals in medicine.
ACRO represents the world's leading clinical research organizations. ACRO's members provide specialized services that are integral to the development of drugs, biologics, and medical devices.
ACRP is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital, academic medical centers and physician office settings.
The Huntington Study Group (HSG) is a non-profit group of clinical investigators from medical centers in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia, experienced in the care of Huntington patients and dedicated to research of Huntington's disease.
The latest Clinical Trials News & Drug Trials News articles published daily. Includes news on clinical studies findings, new trials proposed, progression of current tests in human patients
The National Institutes of Health, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary Federal agency for conducting and supporting medical research.
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