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Leveraging Statistical Approaches in Drug Safety Analysis

Drug safety in clinical trials is ensured through the application of statistical approaches. Adequate planning for safety analyses helps in identifying potential adverse events, evaluating their impact and ensuring that the benefits of a drug are greater than the risks associated with it. It starts from early stages i.e., with the designing of clinical trials …

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Center for Clinical Trial Innovation

Medical research is progressing rapidly to keep up with the increase in complex disease. This has highlighted the need for innovation in clinical trials that can be driven by enhanced communication and collaboration. Stakeholders such as clinicians, researchers, patients, etc. can accelerate the development of novel therapies in order to improve patient outcomes by enabling …

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Data Integrity for In Vivo BABE Studies

The pharmaceutical industry is evolving with technological advancements with a subsequent increase in regulatory scrutiny that emphasizes maintaining the accuracy, completeness, and reliability of data- it has become more critical than ever. Data integrity ensures that information is trustworthy, verifiable, and compliant with regulatory standards. It is essential for safeguarding patient well-being, supporting regulatory approvals, …

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Electronic Submissions for Investigational New Drug Safety Reports

Regulatory agencies like the United States’ FDA are increasingly encouraging electronic submission of Investigational New Drug (IND) safety reports. Electronic submission has numerous advantages over traditional paper-based submissions such as efficiency, accuracy, accessibility, timeliness and standardization. IND clinical trial sponsors are required to submit the IND safety report of serious and unexpected suspected adverse reactions …

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A Collaborative Approach Towards Integrating Artificial Intelligence in Medical Products

Imagine a world where medical care is not just about treatment but about prediction and prevention. This is what artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare promises, while also supporting innovation. Regulatory agencies across the globe recognize that AI technology work through a complex series of various processes, highlighting the need for end-to-end management across the lifecycle …

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Enhancing Clinical Trial Regulations for Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products

Advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) including gene therapy medicinal products, somatic cell therapy medicinal products and tissue-engineered products, are at the cutting edge of innovation and offer a major hope for various diseases for which there are limited or no therapeutic options and therefore, have been a subject of considerable interest. Given the increase in …

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Pharmacovigilance in New Zealand

Medsafe oversees pharmaceutical product regulation in New Zealand and operates under the Medicines Act 1981 which mandates sponsors to report substantial untoward effects of their medicines. The requirement for regulations are highlighted in the Guidelines on the Regulation of Therapeutic Products in New Zealand (GRTPNZ) which also has a Pharmacovigilance (PV) guidance document. This provides …

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Designing Early-Phase Clinical Trials for Cell and Gene Therapy Products

Early-phase clinical trials for cell and gene therapy (CGT) products differ from those for other pharmaceuticals due to unique product features and previous clinical experiences, which have revealed substantial risks, including multi-organ failure, leukemia, and tumor development. Factors such as prolonged biological activity, immunogenicity, and invasive administration procedures contribute to these risks. The design of …

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Navigating Orphan Drug Regulations for Gene Therapy Products

Human gene therapy products, like other medicines, may be eligible for an orphan drug status or designation provided sponsors can demonstrate that the product can treat a rare disease and that they can prove a scientific rationale basis for product’s effectiveness in treating the rare disease. If the eligibility criteria is met, then the orphan …

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Conducting Clinical Trials for Investigational Products in Brazil

Brazil is emerging as an attractive location for clinical research as it offers access to a range of patient demographics and medical facilities due to its diverse population and robust healthcare infrastructure. Conducting clinical trials for investigational products is a meticulous and highly regulated process, requiring sponsors to adhere to stringent guidelines. This ensures the …

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