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Addressing Clinical Trial Infrastructure Challenges

The last several years have seen a number of high-profile disease outbreaks across the developing world. Ebola struck three West African nations in 2014, mobilizing the World Health Organization and bringing doctors from around the world to the affected areas. The following year, the Zika virus spread throughout major portions of Latin America, with significant impact reaching as far north…

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Looking Back: 5 Stories from 2016 (infographic)

2016 has been a big year for clinical research. There have been challenges and setbacks, opportunities and advancements. As the year draws to a close, we thought we’d look back on some of the events that have made it such a memorable one, as well as take stock of where we are as the new year approaches. When all is…


Zika, Malaria, and Pregnant Women in Clinical Trials

We recently published a post exploring the need for increased diversity among participants in clinical trials. In that post, we cited certain demographics, including African Americans, the elderly, and more, as some of the most underrepresented in clinical settings. But there is one demographic that we didn’t mention, one whose frequent exclusion from clinical trials could have significant implications for…