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Most entrepreneurs new to drug development are focused on demonstrating the pharmacology of their compound, and rightfully so. There is no point in spending years and millions of dollars in the development of something that does not have a chance of demonstrating efficacy in a clinical trial. Often, however, too little planning is done to position the investigational compound as an actual drug for the treatment of human disease.

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    Phase I clinical trials are an integral step in the drug development process. Specific factors can influence the timelines and success of these studies. This white paper addresses the critical success factors for Phase I clinical studies and provides guidance on the appropriate capabilities, expertise and experience to evaluate as a sponsor selects a CRO.

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