• Number Of ED Visits Decreases Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic, Other News

    Clinical Research News | Healthcare systems in five states have reported a decrease in the number of emergency department (ED) visits since April, while hospital admission rates have increased in the same timeframe. A recent study urges public health officials to emphasize the importance of visiting the ED during the COVID-19 pandemic. This, plus more, is included in this week’s announcements and updates from the clinical research industry.

    Aug 7, 2020
  • Follow the Money: Investments for Underserved Lung Cancer Communities

    Clinical Research News | Stand Up To Cancer gets a big pharma investment aimed at achieving health equity for underserved lung cancer patients, including Black people and people living in rural communities. And Sema4 gets $121M to build dynamic models of human health and define optimal, individualized health trajectories.

    Aug 5, 2020
  • Are Our COVID-19 Trials Useful, Ethical? Researcher Raise Red Flags

    Clinical Research News | Groups of researchers are raising red flags about the quality of COVID-19 clinical trials. A group from Stanford and Yale warned that studies may not be well designed to contribute meaningful clinical evidence. Another group from Johns Hopkins cautioned against overstepping ethical bounds in public health surveillance. Meanwhile, many new trials are launched. 

    Jul 31, 2020
  • John Snow Labs, LabCorp, FDA, And More: News From July 2020

    Clinical Research News | July was full of exciting news in the clinical trial and healthcare community, including partnerships, products, and promotions from John Snow Labs, LabCorp, the FDA, and more.

    Jul 30, 2020