3 methods to make clinical trials more patient-centric

While clients have always been at the center of clinical trials, scientific trials have not been patient-centric. Historically, pharmaceutical companies have relied on experts to design and run clinical trials rather of involving patients in the design of the trial or informing them about the trial. I fulfilled T.J. Sharpe, a client advocate who is currently participating in a medical trial, at the Disruptive Developments to Advance Scientific Trials conference previously this month. When T.J.had been diagnosed four years ago with stage IV cancer malignancy, he knew his circumstance was severe and that his chances of survival were low. Thankfully for him, he had actually worked in the pharmaceutical industry previously in his profession and understood that medical trials could be an alternative. Discovering the right trial wasn’t …
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