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New eBook: Mapping a Path to Market: Creating a Comprehensive Drug Development Strategy

by Emily Nichols

A comprehensive strategic drug development plan is a guide to achieving your end goal, whether that is selling your asset to a larger company or bringing your product to market around the world. Creating a comprehensive drug development strategy is hard work that is likely to require significant research, thought, and discussion, but is a plan that is needed to save time and money.

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Karyopharm Therapeutics Selects Clinipace to Manage Numerous Clinical Programs

by David Levin

Today we welcome Karyopharm Therapeutics (Nasdaq:KPTI) into the Clinipace family of strategic pharma and biotech clients.  Based in Natick, Massachusetts, Karyopharm is a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of novel first-in-class drugs directed against nuclear transport targets for the treatment of cancer and other major diseases.

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Improving Patient Recruitment Efficiency

by Joanna Vandeveld

Patient recruitment is where most delays in clinical trials occur, incurring huge costs and the loss of potential sales.  In fact, according to Applied Clinical Trials, 86% of trials experience delays, and CenterWatch reports that 81% of these delays are one to six months in length, while another 5% are even longer.

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New Webcast: 7 Best Practices to Drive Time and Cost Savings for Women’s Contraceptive Trials

by Emily Nichols

Research shows that in the US, approximately 50% of pregnancies are unintended despite the fact that 62% of women of reproductive age use contraception. With statistics like those, it is clear women’s contraception is not just efficacy driven, but involves a high degree of personal preference.  These same preferences influence a woman’s decision to enroll, comply, and complete a contraception clinical trial.

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Current Effects of Implementing Advanced Patient Recruiting Techniques

by Steven Thayer

After asking attendees in our recent webinar, “Trends in Clinical Trial Site Selection and Patient Recruitment,” what their experience has been like using advanced patient recruiting techniques, such as social media and clinical trial registries, we learned that at least half had not yet deployed such tactics. This led us to the next poll, where we asked, “What change in your study enrollment period have you experienced since implementing more advanced recruiting techniques?”

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Using Newer Forms of Media for Patient Recruitment

by Joanna Vandeveld

As we discussed in our webinar, Trends in Clinical Trial Site Selection and Patient Recruitment, while enrolling patients is vital to the success of a clinical trial, it can be a major source of research expense and start-up delays. As a result, multiple methods are used today to recruit patients, combining traditional tactics with an escalating adoption of newer media forms.

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New eBook: Trends in Clinical Trial Site Selection and Patient Recruitment

by Emily Nichols

Competition for high-enrolling trial sites, qualified investigators, and targeted patients continues to rise. As such, the essential requirements for making site selection and recruitment more efficient are a combination of selecting high-quality, high-performing sites on a global landscape, identifying efficiencies, and optimizing use of the latest technology—including e-clinical technologies that provide real-time access to data as well as Web-based tools and social and mobile media.

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Key Tactics to Secure High-Performing, High-Enrolling Sites

by Steven Thayer

As we discussed in our webinar, Trends in Clinical Trial Site Selection and Patient Recruitment, competition for clinical trial sites and participants has never been stronger.  Along with an escalating number of trials, drug and medical device developers face increasingly complex trial protocols, fierce competition for patients in certain therapeutic areas, an expanding global trial landscape, and increased regulatory requirements. 

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