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Putting Rare Diseases in the Spotlight
27 Feb

Putting Rare Diseases in the Spotlight

27 Feb 2019

In this interview blog, Stephanie Langouet, Cmed’s Sr Vice President of CRO Operations, shares some of the challenges of drug development and research for rare diseases in children. She hopes that by sharing and properly collaborating we can all contribute to a better future for those who suffer from a rare disease. What is a rare disease and why should they be studied? A rare disease is any disorder that affects a small percentage of the population....

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Rare Disease Day - Wilson's Disease
25 Feb

Rare Disease Day - Wilson's Disease

25 Feb 2019

In the run up to Rare Disease Day on 28 February, Cmed would like to share its experience with Wilson’s disease. Wilson’s disease is caused by a deficiency in the ATP7B gene which codes the enzyme for copper transportation. The disease is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. Also known as hepatolenticular degeneration and progressive lenticular degeneration, this rare genetic disorder causes copper poisoning in the body. It affects about 1 in 30,000 people worldwide....

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Looking forward to ACDM 2019
22 Feb

Looking forward to ACDM 2019

22 Feb 2019

We’re excited to be participating in the Association for Clinical Data Management’s (ACDM) Annual Meeting this year, hosted in Amsterdam on March 11th-12th. As with any leading industry event, we’re looking forward to meeting fellow professionals to share ideas, learn about changes and new developments, and listen to a wide variety of speakers. The one and a half day event will provide a chance to attend a variety of interesting sessions but more than that, it will be an excellent opportunity to network and share our take on the current challenges within clinical data management....

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Why are clinical trials so difficult and so much work?
14 Jan

Why are clinical trials so difficult and so much work?

14 Jan 2019

Have you seen many paradigm shifts lately? Clinical trials are becoming more complex. There have been recent advances in how clinical trials are conducted, but how can we fully harness the benefits? Cmed CEO, David Connelly explains in a recent Applied Clinical Trials article how new developments in technology really can sweep away old paradigms, to bring a much brighter future for clinical trials. Accepting that studies can be difficult and complex, have we, as an industry, nevertheless overcomplicated the problem?...

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New offices for UK Team
07 Jan

New offices for UK Team

07 Jan 2019

We’ve relocated the Cmed UK headquarters to a different building, Ashurst, within the same site at Horsham. Our new, modern office gives a better environment for visiting clients and provides better support for today’s working practices. This move follows our 2018 investment to move our US headquarters to a new office in Morrisville, RTP, NC. Our new address is below and you can still reach us in the UK at +44 (0)1403 755 050 or info@cmedresearch....

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