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Discovery & Development Clinical Trials

Out With the Old and in With AI

Despite being vital to new drug development, the clinical trial process is broken. Patient recruitment and retention provide such significant challenges that their impact is felt industry wide. More than three-quarters of all clinical trials experience delays and with the daily bill for this somewhere between $600,000 and $8 million, the desire to find a more efficient method sits right at the top of the agenda. In addition to the astronomical costs, the stark reality is that these delays often slow down the entry of new medicines into the market, preventing patients from accessing new and innovative treatments. Even when patients are willing to participate, the hurdles are still significant; not least because the whole business of clinical trials is shrouded in mystery with very few people understanding or acknowledging the role they could play by participating.  

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Chris Tackaberry

Chris Tackaberry is Co Founder and CEO of Clinithink.

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