The Cost of Clinical Trial Delays Due to Slow Patient Recruitment

An article published in 2015 by Ken Getz, Associate Professor at the Tufts University, and a director at the Tufts Center for the study of Drug Development, shows the statistics of average delays (per indications) in patient recruitment for clinical trials. Although not surprising, the results indicate a big difference between the planned period for […]

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Friday the 13th

Imagine a day on which ships will not leave the harbor, lovers will not propose for marriage, businessmen will not start new projects, tourists will not fly, lawyers will not sign contracts. Millions of people in the world believe that Friday that occur on the 13th, is subject to disasters and misfortune. The fear of […]

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An academic study reveals: online patient recruitment for clinical trial has superior results over other recruitment methods

An academic article published  by Prof. Zohar, the former president of the Executive Committee of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, et-al, finds that not only online recruitment exposes the study to significantly more people, enable faster recruitment and result with a higher nominal numbers of randomized patients, it also shows that the patients targeted by online […]

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