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Why Do Clinical Trials Fail? (Part 2)

Project Managers often have to deal with an unproductive team. It is a challenge that the project manager has to troubleshoot. There are many possible reasons that the team does not perform well. The Project Manager needs to find the root cause and fix it, as soon as possible or the clinical trial is in […]

Who Manages Clinical Trials?

Project Management of any clinical trial is usually done by trained and experienced managers who are able to mange a group of sixty people or more across the country or the world. The FDA does not require a license or certificate for project managers. Most managers must have a strong sense of coordination, organization and, […]

Why Do Clinical Trials Take So Long?

A smaller clinical drug trial could take about a year while a larger clinical trial could take many years. It depends on how the trial is executed. While there are factors that you can’t control it typically takes a year from start to finish. A smaller clinical drug trial could take about a year and a larger […]

The Patent’s Role in Drug Testing

Many segments of the American population do not participate in clinical trials. These same patients also rarely give feedback on the drugs they are taking. However, that can be improved as there are several ways patients can help with developing different prescription drugs:  If you have a disease, get involved with your patient support groups.  […]

Why are Drug Prices So Expensive?

Drug prices are so expensive and there are many reasons. The main reason is this: Demand for the Drugs. Drug companies have a product that you cannot live without. They charge based on what they believe people are willing to pay. People will not spare any expense to save their lives. It is how the […]