6 Strategies To Stretch Your Limited Drug Supply for Clinical Studies
6 Strategies To Stretch Your Limited Drug Supply for Clinical Studies

These clinical packaging strategies can be used to help successfully manage the supply of an expensive drug product throughout the duration of clinical testing. Without doing so, there could be costly interruptions or extended delays that would have a devastating impact on a company’s timeline to commercialization.

  • Is Your PM Advancing Your Study Or Checking Boxes?
    Is Your PM Advancing Your Study Or Checking Boxes?

    The Power of RTSM Problem Solvers on your Team - You spend an enormous amount of time assessing technology vendors through RFIs, pilots and capability presentations. Not only must the technology fit your needs, but you also make a judgement call based on the trust and value of the future relationship. Ultimately, the decision may weigh in favor of someone you can envision your team working well together.

  • Is That IRT System Right For You? 5 Essential Questions To Ask
    Is That IRT System Right For You? 5 Essential Questions To Ask

    We’ve been seeing a lot of messaging around agility in Randomization and Trial Supply Management (RTSM) or as some refer to it, Interactive Response Technology (IRT). Is “agile” becoming the new “innovative”? Does everyone understand what it truly means to be agile with regards to software development? What about project delivery? Both are equally important, but we can argue that agile software enables agile project delivery and not the other way around (which has its limitations).

  • Clinical News Roundup: Should Cancer Patients Find Their Own Trials?
    Clinical News Roundup: Should Cancer Patients Find Their Own Trials?

    Clinical News Roundup for the week of May 29, 2017 with information on cancer patients finding their own trials, Marken launching a new hybrid clinical trial service, a call for clinical trial overhaul, and Califf making a new start with Verily.

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  • Breakthrough-Designation Increases Stress On Clinical Supply Chain

    While Andexanet Alfa’s Breakthrough Designation added additional stress to the supply chain, Portola and Sherpa navigated these issues by devising fast, flexible and responsive approaches to supply chain management.

  • Just-In-Time Packaging And Shipping Supports Multiple, Complex Clinical Trials

    This case study details how Sherpa Clinical Packaging partnered with South Bay Therapeutics to craft the best clinical supply management strategies for their multiple, complex clinical trials.

  • Sherpa Clinical Packaging – Fast, Flexible, Reliable Service For Every Customer

    Sherpa’s packaging, storage, and distribution services are built with the customer in mind. As the Sherpas of the clinical packaging world, our team is empowered to guide you to the best strategic clinical supply solution for your project while ensuring your deadlines are met.

  • Feasibility Of Shipping Clinical Trial Drugs Directly To Patients’ Homes

    Conducting clinical trials for rare, debilitating diseases can be particularly challenging, owing to the smaller patient population with limited mobility and greater caregiving requirements. Direct-to-patient shipping of clinical trial drugs, while not typical, might help to reach these patient populations who otherwise would struggle to participate in and comply with clinical trials. However, implementation of this strategy is challenging because of many reasons such as the logistical considerations and regulatory requirements regarding patient confidentiality and quality control. Recently, Bioclinica collaborated with a sponsor to successfully ship study drugs directly to patients.

  • Despite An Airport Strike, Marken Preserves The Data Chain

    Marken collected a shipment from southern Sweden that was bound for next-day delivery in northern Belgium. However, all airline flights into Belgium were cancelled as a result of a strike action by airport workers.

  • When Temperature Compliance Is Non-Negotiable, CSM Relies On Credo

    Based in Fargo North Dakota, CSM is a full service packaging and labeling company that specializes in supplying investigational medicines, including cancer drugs and supplies for clinical trials. 

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Certis® GPS-RP Pallet Shipper Certis® GPS-RP Pallet Shipper

The pre-qualified Certis GPS-RP pallet shipper is designed specifically for loading a standard 48” x 40” pallet into the designated payload space.

Control GMP Content And Prevent Revenue Loss In Life Sciences Manufacturing Control GMP Content And Prevent Revenue Loss In Life Sciences Manufacturing

Life sciences organizations face more pressure than ever to run efficient, uninterrupted manufacturing production at the lowest possible cost. To stay compliant with government regulations, quality and manufacturing organizations must precisely follow Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) standardized processes and maintain an associated document control process that adheres to those requirements.

Cryoport Standard Shipper Cryoport Standard Shipper

The CryoPort Express® Standard Dry Vapor Shipper is lightweight and re-usable combining the best features of packaging, cryogenics and high-vacuum technology.

Cryoport Combo Shipper Cryoport Combo Shipper

The Cryoport Express® Combo Liquid Nitrogen Dry Vapor Shipper uses a dry vapor liquid nitrogen (LN2) technology to maintain below -150° C temperatures with a dynamic shipping endurance of 10+ days.

Cryoport Data Monitoring & Analysis Cryoport Data Monitoring & Analysis

Today, there is more focus than ever on temperature monitoring. With increased fragility of biologics and increased scrutiny on maintaining temperature budgets, it is critical that frozen shippers not only maintain their temperature budgets but also have the data to prove it.

Bio-Pharmaceuticals Bio-Pharmaceuticals

Today biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies operate on a global scale. Research labs and manufacturing sites are often on multiple continents, and development partnerships and product distribution span the globe. But with that global reach come the difficulties of getting temperature sensitive biological materials to the right place safely. Whether it’s clinical specimens that are collected in East Asia and tested by a CRO in the U.S., or such bio-pharmaceutical products as vaccines that are sent to distribution channels in Asia or South America, the biological product being shipped is of high value and temperature sensitive.

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