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Why Participate In a Clinical Trial? 3 Reasons to Consider.

Clinical trials are indispensable to scientific and medical advancement. They allow researchers to test out new medical innovations and collect data on safety and effectiveness based on participant outcomes. These trials are the final steps in a long research process...

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Reaching Millennial Parents for Your Clinical Trial

For the first time in history, five generations are living side by side. It’s no secret that the year in which you are born plays a large part in shaping how you move through life. The world in which you were raised can have influence over your perception, your...

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Myths and Truths About Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are indispensable to the medical community because they help doctors and researchers find new ways to treat diseases. They can also offer patients a chance to try a potential treatment and help future patients diagnosed with the same disease. However,...

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How to Avoid Common Patient Recruitment Challenges

Patient recruitment has proven to be a persistent struggle for many clinical trials. Failure to meet recruitment goals results in schedules being delayed and more money being needed. Not only do the budget and timeline take a hit but so does the community of patients...

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Prioritizing Patient Safety in Clinical Trials

Ensuring patient safety should be a top priority in any clinical research trial. All involved must come together to work toward a solid systematic approach that monitors and maintains appropriate safety standards for patients throughout every phase of a trial....

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Customizing Clinical Trials for Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) affects nearly 50 million people worldwide and is the most common type of dementia in seniors. It is estimated that by 2050, approximately 115 million people will be living with some form of dementia. With the prevalence of AD on the rise, the...

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