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World Cancer Day 2021: Five Glimmers of Hope Amidst the Pandemic

February 4 is World Cancer Day, an annual event celebrating the latest advances in cancer care and also a time when clinical researchers renew our commitments to press forward in our...

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Lessons Learned from the pandemic: Adapting risk management in clinical trials
By Melissa Mauriber on December 8, 2020

COVID-19 taught our industry an important lesson about risk mitigation. It forced many sponsors, CROs, and sites to make rapid, unplanned adjustments to their clinical trial operations....

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Continued Stability for Mid-Market Drug Development in 2021 and Beyond

As 2020 comes to a close, the year will likely be remembered as one of the most, if not the most, challenging times in our personal and professional lives. A rapid global pandemic,...

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3 Ways Marketing Embraced the Pandemic with an Opportunistic, Client-Focused Mindset

The year 2020 was a game changer for so many due to the challenges presented by COVID-19. It also presented life sciences marketing teams with the unique challenge of having to shift...

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How COVID-19 Caused an Increase in Response Rates from Investigative Sites in Europe

The pharmaceutical industry is constantly evolving, and in order to be effective, CROs have to evolve alongside their Sponsors. At Advanced Clinical, that means constantly implementing...

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6 Steps to a World-Class Hiring Process
By Advanced Clinical on August 5, 2020

To attract top talent, it has never been more important to differentiate in the hiring process. With unprecedented disruption in the job market, millions are competing for limited roles....

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