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clinical trial

[¦klin·i·kəl ′trīl]
(medicine)
A research study used to find better ways to treat individuals with a specific disease, patients are evaluated after being administered a new treatment or drug.
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Government issues new rules for Drugs and Clinical Trials 2019 to reduce approval time for applications to 30 days for drugs manufactured in India and 90 days for those developed outside the country.
Staff at clinical trial sites and pharmaceutical companies conducting clinical trials will use a specialized website to access data stored in a cloud environment, so operations previously handled manually at clinical trial sites by Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs), such as printing and mailing paper documents, will be streamlined.
Throughout her career she has worked across a variety of categories to manage teams within the clinical trial space, conceptualising and implementing the most cost-effective strategies to accelerate clinical trial patient recruitment and retention.
The number of clinical trials in the world last year was 16.3 percent less compared to the previous year, but the number of trials in Korea remained at the level despite the global trend.
Publishing online educational and promotional material about clinical trials would inform searchers about what is involved in participating in a clinical trial.
Clinical trial information being made available for scientific research will include protocols, full clinical study reports (CSR) and de-identified patient-level data and study-level data for medicines and indications approved in the US and/or Europe for trials completed after January 2008, added the company.
Clinical Trial Registry (CTR) provides an internationally-concurred set of details about the design, conduct and implementation of the clinical trials.
* Reconsenting of subjects based solely on the new requirement is not required for clinical trials initiated before 7 March 2012.
Written by authors with considerable experience in this field, the book is an authoritative guide for clinicians, data managers and medical statisticians involved in clinical trials research.
Corengi is dedicated to helping individuals discover more about clinical trials that may be appropriate for them, and committed to building a free, comprehensive, and interactive platform for a variety of diseases.

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