Any clinical research professionals and staff members say that one of their biggest challenges when conducting a clinical trial is, obtaining a sufficient number of participants.  If the clinical research team fails to enroll enough study subjects into a clinical trial, this may, by default, extend the study timeline, increasing resource usage and costs. A […]

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Most of the companies are spending a significant amount of cost and manpower to manage clinical trial activities as database building, monitoring and management of data using a variety of EDC systems as Inform, Rave, Oracle Clinical Remote Data Capture, Veracity, etc. Many software, web-based applications, and cloud source management tools are being used in […]

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Many people with rare diseases struggle to find the right diagnosis and right treatment for years. The lack of awareness about these conditions make it much harder for them to get the right treatment. Rare Disease Day is all about raising awareness for rare diseases. And, this year, you can join these efforts too. The […]

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Most of the processes to approve drugs in the EU are similar to those of the FDA, such as getting pre-authorization for use of the drug in clinical trials. After clinical trials, FDA drug approvals follow a centralized path, whereas European approval can occur through 4 different paths, depending on the nature of the drug, timeline, […]

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Learning about global regulatory requirements and understanding the pathway for approval can help clinical development teams take their global strategy in the right direction. Sharing expertise from regulatory experts for those who need it. (This article was originally published on LinkedIn). It’s no news that we are now living in an era with tremendous surge of […]

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Rare diseases are rapidly becoming a high priority therapeutic area for our industry. This is needed, especially when fewer than 5% of approx 7,000 rare diseases have drug therapies available, and many of these provide limited benefit. There is also a business case to this, due to a supportive reimbursement environment, particularly in the US. […]

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Rare disease drug development is gaining interest in pharma industries. Large pharmaceutical companies have been working for many years, and now startups, small and mid-range pharma companies are also gaining traction in rare diseases drug development.  Developing medicines or drug products in rare diseases is always challenging for both the scientific and clinical development team […]

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Over a few years, the rate of drug development in rare diseases is increasing, particularly in those countries where the regulators are offering various incentives for drug development in rare diseases. Over the past five years, one-third of the approved drugs were to treat rare diseases. The huge leap of pharma industry into the rare […]

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The development of drugs in rare diseases provides great opportunities to pharma companies along with challenges that are required to overcome during drug discovery, pre-clinical, and clinical stages of drug development. Commercially rare diseases drug development differs from traditional diseases, as there are considerably few patients to take the drug, therefore pharmaceutical companies should consider […]

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A Complicated Urinary Tract Infection (cUTI), a severe class of UTI, one of most common infections in the world, is notorious and recognized as a menace globally. cUTI has relapsing and refractory characteristics, and is sometimes life-threatening because of patient predisposing factors as well as the recent worldwide spread of multi-drug resistant bacteria. Pyelonephritis – infections of the kidney, […]

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