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Clinical Trials

Manufacture Clinical Trials

Forgotten, but not Gone

| James Strachan

A half-century-old “bet hedging” hypothesis explains the effectiveness of many drug combinations.

Manufacture Clinical Trials

De-risking Drug Development

| Guy Webber

We need to face drug attrition to reduce the early-stage risk of drug development.

Manufacture Clinical Trials

Sharing Is Caring

Are pharma companies willling to open up and share their clinical trial data?

Manufacture Clinical Trials

Wise Words

| Stephanie Sutton

Looking back on wise words from a year of Sitting Down With interviews.

Manufacture Clinical Trials

Intelligent Drug Discovery

| Jackie Hunter

Will AI generate new hypotheses and lead to repurposed failed drug candidates?

Discovery & Development Clinical Trials

Gut Feeling

| James Strachan

Can the microbiome predict the likelihood of chemotherapy side effects?

Discovery & Development Clinical Trials

Cater to the Customer

| James Strachan

Drugs often fail , both before and after reaching the market - but why?

Manufacture Clinical Trials

Enhancing Endocannabinoid Signaling

| Alan Ezekowitz

Boosting the body's built-in cannabinoid signaling receptors

Discovery & Development Clinical Trials

Cannabis Complex

| George E. Anastassov

How unravelling the complex chemistry of the cannabis plant can lead to new medicines

Business & Regulation Clinical Trials

Clinical Data Star

| Elisa Cascade

Sitting Down With Elisa Cascade, President of Data Solutions at DrugDev

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