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Clinical trials

Highly regulated and carefully controlled patient studies, where either new drugs to treat cancer or novel methods of treatment are investigated.
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Clinical trials is used as a method to study a wide range of interventions, and by many individuals or sponsors.
Watson for Clinical Trial Matching allows us to improve patient access to advanced clinical trials by removing the drudgery of manually searching through charts to quickly match patients with the best clinical trial(s) for their condition," said Dr.
In total, pharmaceutical companies in Japan spend 1.4 trillion yen annually on drug development, and lowering the cost of clinical trials represents a significant challenge.
The company takes a holistic view of each clinical study, carefully identifying the catalysts for success by offering customized products, services, and flexible solutions that are vital to successfully enrolling patients into clinical trials worldwide.
The first ever major registry for health related trials was formed in 1998, followed by registration of numerous clinical trials but most of the clinical trials stayed unregistered till the year 2004.4 In 2004, the "International Committee of Medical Journals Editors" (ICMJE) endorsed clinical trial registration and the member journals declared prior clinical trial registration to be compulsory for all clinical trials that were to be conducted after July 1st, 2005.5 This was followed by FDA amendment act (FDAAA) of 2007, public law 110-85, title VIII of United states Law requiring investigators to register their clinical trials.6 WHO also supported trial registration in a position statement also complimenting Declaration of Helsinki.7
The move comes as the number of people dying from side effects of clinical trials has been increasing over the past few years.
Russell Katz, M.D., director of the Division of Neurology Products in FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, addressed the subject of the use of social media for clinical trials recruitment at the American Society for Experimental NeuroTherapeutics 2013 annual meeting ("Dr.
The company has committed to provide lay-language summaries of clinical trial results for patients who participated in clinical trials and wish to receive a summary of the aggregate study level results.
The results of several clinical trials are often not being published, particularly those with negative or equivocal results.
Since 2007, the FDAAA has required all Phase II-IV clinical trials involving drugs, devices or biological products subject to regulation by FDA (applicable clinical trials) to be registered on www.clinicaltrials.gov.
In this era of evidence-based medicine, conduct of clinical trials has gained considerable importance.
today announced it has launched a new web site - www.corengi.com - to help type 2 diabetes patients find clinical trials. The free online tool asks patients a few simple questions about their condition, including weight, blood sugar, and medications, to help them identify which ongoing clinical trials may be appropriate for them.

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