[Whitepaper] Successful Clinical Trials in the Era of Genetics-based Medicine

As the genomic revolution continues to unfold, clinical trials are increasingly involving genetic testing, especially for rare disease therapies that include a genetic component.

Due to the often-limited size of these trials’ patient populations, sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs) often struggle to effectively recruit, engage and retain study participants. Without a plan to address potential challenges, a trial may falter or even fail.

Download this complimentary guide paper that explores key strategies for a successful genetics-informed clinical trial.

Key takeaways include:

  • The importance of creating a robust plan for patient recruitment and retention
  • Considerations when seeking physician buy-in and support
  • Tips for engaging patients and families over the long term
  • The value of partnering with a clinical genetics expert


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