Listen as Penny Chipman, Manager of the Clinical Research Program at the Gerald Bronfman Centre for Clinical Research in Oncology at McGill University, discusses the ways in which clinical research has changed in recent years and what can be done to improve collaboration between sites, sponsors and CROs, with the ultimate goal being to provide patients with greater access to cutting-edge cancer treatments through clinical trials.
She also offers advice to oncology sponsors on things they can do to ensure the successful conduct of their trials. You will hear how Canadian research teams have a lot to offer, not only in terms of quality data and overall efficiency, but the number of highly motivated investigators at sites ideally suited for small and mid-sized drug developers looking to expand their clinical trials
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