ClinPlus, Quality Control & More: What We’re Talking About This Week

1.  A Better Approach to the Clinical Site Visit Report Process  Our friends at DZS Software Solutions contributed this article.  It shares great insight on the advantages of having an integrated site visit report tool within your CTMS, like the one within ClinPlus. 2.  International Clinical Trials: Quality Control  Highlights include how to optimize the design and use of […]

Clinical Research, Ebola, & More! What We’re Talking About This Week

We always enjoy reading about clinical research participation, but this week we also take note of more news about ebola, and some warnings for Parkinson’s drugs. 1.  UK: 9 out of 10 People Would Participate in Clinical Research   National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN) conducted a survey and its results show that 89% […]

Treating Cancer, Dry Eyes, & Colitis: What We’re Talking About This Week

This week we are talking about treating cancer, a new dry eye treatment, and research of colitis patients. 1.  Treating Cancer: University of Iowa Biologists Find Gene That Could Stop Tumors In Their Tracks  Biospace reports that dirt may hold the key to isolating cancerous tumors and to potential new treatments for a host of cancers. […]

Gene Therapy, Big Data: What We’re Talking About This Week

Gene therapy, big data over clinical trials, and the question of 100% SDV are our hot topics this week!  1.  Gene therapy technique could treat rare lung disease  Because of the findings, new treatments could be on the horizon that treat human lung disease caused by dysfunctional immune cells. 2.  Can Big Data Tell Us […]

Rapamycin, Ebola in the US: What We’re Talking About This Week

 Rapamycin, an organ transplant drug, and the diagnosis of Ebola in the United States tops our list of hot topics this week.  Plus, we highlight our latest blog article from guest author Sibu Mdlalose about the changes the South African Department of Health wants to make to rules regarding complementary medicines. 1.  Transplant drug could boost the power of […]