Newsletter | August 17, 2011

8.17.11 -- Future Of Cancer Clinical Trials Hold Promise Thanks To Oncolytic Viruses

Clinical Leader
The Future Of Cancer Clinical Trials Hold Promise Thanks To Oncolytic Viruses
By Douglas W. Loe, PhD, MBA

Chemotherapy is now often used in combination with other treatments that have different mechanisms for attacking and killing cancer cells. Doctors must be cautious when combining treatments to ensure that the regimen does not become too toxic for patients to tolerate. The goal is to introduce drugs that can be used synergistically with chemotherapy to not only extend life, but to improve quality of life while undergoing treatment.
Read more.

Featured Articles

Foreign Clinical Trial Data
Given the high cost of moving a promising drug candidate through years of clinical trials, it's no wonder that more and more drug manufacturers have begun conducting at least some of their clinical trials in foreign countries. Read more.

Full-Service EDC, An Alternative To Outsourcing
Full service EDC supplies the missing components that help many sponsors, large and small, to successfully transition to eClinical trials. Combining technological efficiency with experienced personnel ensures that sponsors get the information they need about their studies faster and with better safety and control. Read more.

Strategic Alliances: The Cure For What Ails Pharma?
It's no secret the pharma industry is facing some formidable challenges this decade. To address these challenges, the pharma industry has begun to form strategic alliances, also called strategic partnerships. These relationships can reduce costs and decrease product cycle times. Read more.

Product Of The Week

Clinical Trials Filling Equipment
The MRF Filling Machine features a small footprint and is perfect for clinical trials, prototyping, small production batches, and other low-speed applications up to 70 containers per minute. Read more.

Top News
Industry Event

Webinar: Compliance In Challenging Patient Populations And The Role Of The Caregiver
August 18, 2011
11:00 a.m. EDT, 8:00 a.m. PDT

Participants will learn about best practices in deploying ePRO (electronic Patient Reported Outcomes) and eClinRO (electronic Clinician Reported Outcomes) technology in clinical trials for MS. Register here.


LinkedIn
LinkedIn