Article | July 7, 2021

Is A Multitherapeutic Contract Research Partner The Best Fit For Your Clinical Trial?

By Joseph Arcangelo, inSeption Group

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Many contract research organizations (CROs) tout multitherapeutic capability, claiming they offer clients flexibility and accessibility to vast resources. However, multitherapeutic capability does not always provide the value a sponsor requires. In select instances, a CRO offering multitherapeutic services absolutely is the appropriate partner to run a clinical trial. In some cases, though, partnering with a multitherapeutic CRO can cost a sponsor time, money, and data quality — not to mention frustration and outright aggravation.

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