Article | October 12, 2023

Rare Disease Clinical Trials: Modern Design And Supply Chain

Source: Medrio
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Rare disease clinical trials present unique obstacles due to their small participant pools, extended durations, widespread geographical reach, and the scarcity of available treatment options. In the past, these trials were structured with the consideration of regulatory bodies' potential hesitancy to acknowledge real-world data as credible evidence of safety and effectiveness. However, the evolving landscape now offers opportunities for more streamlined and participant-engaging approaches to the design and management of rare disease studies.

In this article, several contributing experts from Medrio dive deeper into the intricate facets of rare disease research, unraveling the intricate tapestry of clinical trial methodologies, shedding light on the limitations inherent in traditional randomized controlled trial designs, and how these limitations can pose particular challenges in the context of rare diseases. Light is also shed on the complex ethical terrain specific to rare disease research, addressing the nuanced concerns arising when dealing with small, vulnerable patient populations, extending to the innovative frontiers of clinical trial design.

In addition, the writers also delve into the pivotal role played by endpoints and biomarkers in the assessment of treatment efficacy and disease progression, as well as the logistics of managing and optimizing a lean supply chain. Gain insight from these contributors and learn how to develop strategies for rare disease research by accessing the full article below.

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