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Clinical Trial Recruitment: PNEx, a tool to accelerate Patient Recruitment with RWD

Clinical Trial Recruitment: PNEx, a tool to accelerate Patient Recruitment with RWD

Imagine: faster patient access to medicines and improved health outcomes. 80% of clinical trials are delayed because it can take a long time to find… …and enroll patients for clinical studies. Thanks to Clinerion’s Patient Network Explorer… …you can identify the right patients from our global site network… …within minutes. Simply run a query with […]

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Neuro-Oncology Branch, Brain Tumor Clinic

Neuro-Oncology Branch, Brain Tumor Clinic

FINE: The mission of the neuro-oncology branch is really severalfold. First and foremost, it’s to ensure that every patient with a brain tumor receives optimal standard of care, and we achieve that by seeing thousands of patients each year. Our second mission is to improve the plight of our patients for the future, to develop […]

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Clinical trials identify better treatments

Clinical trials identify better treatments

The hope from doing clinical trials is that we identify better treatments. Better treatments could either be treatments that are more effective in controlling the disease or treatments that have lesser side effects or treatments that have smaller impact on the patient’s quality of life. Ideally, we’d like to achieve all three, but if we […]

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Community Clinical Research Physicians

Community Clinical Research Physicians

I decided to get into clinical research as I was seeing more and more studies come across that were more clinically relevant. Meaning, I like, I like the studies the are going to show me something that I can see with my patients. I’m not very good at animal studies, or just scientific studies, I […]

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What is a Clinical Research Trial

What is a Clinical Research Trial

A clinical trial is a scientific way to determine if a medication is effective and safe. So, generally, most of the trials we do are placebo-controlled, which means that some people will take a placebo, an inactive medicine. Other people will take the real medicine. The response of those two groups is compared. The data […]

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