Article | August 6, 2019

5 Questions To Ask About Your Clinical Trial Packaging

Source: Bellwyck Pharma Services

By Greg Keizer

Clinical Packaging (Primary)

Sarah is about to participate in a clinical trial. As she sits with her doctor, she learns that her particular trial will require 30 injections per month, which could overwhelm even the most experienced patient. However, Sarah is relieved when her doctor explains they’ll meet weekly to answer questions and assess her progress. As she leaves the office with a kit that includes a week’s worth of vials, she’s ready to confidently take on her disease one day at a time.

We know Sarah’s story all too well. In fact, these scenarios are what drive our packaging strategies at the onset of a project. Our goal is to always align your packaging with how your trial is planned to be run. Sharing the details of your plan with your Bellwyck team will not only keep us informed and ready to tackle your needs, but will also save you time and money as we explore the many elements of your trial.

While every study is unique, we start every relationship with the same general questions.

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