• Custom-Designed Vaccines Look Promising For Treating Melanoma

    Clinical Research News | Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines “personalized” to the genetics of a tumor look promising for improving the treatment of melanomas, based on results of a phase 2 clinical trial recently presented at the American Society of Oncology congress in Chicago.

    Jul 18, 2023
  • CROs Leading The Way In Modern-Day Clinical Data Management

    Clinical Research News | Contract research organizations (CROs) increasingly find themselves on the leading edge of changes afoot in clinical data management, making it less about the policing of information and more about extracting meaningful insights from it.

    Jul 13, 2023
  • Murray Aitken on Advancing Diversity in Clinical Development

    Clinical Research News | Diversity in clinical trials plays a key role in determining the effectiveness of new medications and treatments. However, clinical trials have proven that participant pools are not as diverse as they should be.

    Jul 11, 2023
  • Time Is Now To Take A Hard Look At Decentralized Trials

    Clinical Research News | Many assumptions have been made about how decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) could help with clinical trial diversity although little “rigorous evidence” exists regarding actual effects on study enrollment.

    Jul 6, 2023