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Ancillary Supplies: Clinical Trial ‘Must-Haves' That Require Early Planning

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Ancillary supplies are a necessary component in every clinical trial, though these products are often perceived as secondary in importance to investigational medicinal products (IMPs). Janet Williams, senior director, global supply chain management, and Julie Hoffman, senior director of commercial strategy and execution, discuss why ancillaries are as essential as IMPs, and why sponsors should devote as much attention to early planning for ancillary supplies as they do for study drugs.

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