To facilitate a costly, and generally lengthy, drug development process, it is crucial to have an established, well-thought-out financing plan to ensure adequate funding.
Efficient collecting, transferring, and managing of data during a clinical trial is important and helps advance the drug development process.
Preparation for preclinical stages of drug development could have implications for postmarketing success.
The protocol is the operating manual for a clinical trial, and every detail must be considered.
Meetings with regulatory boards provide guidance to researchers who seek to comply with regulatory requirements and ease the drug approval process.
Highlights from the posters and papers presented at the 2014 ARVO meeting in Orlando.
First-time investigators should consider several matters when preparing for a clinical trial.
Pediatric trials present unique challenges during the recruitment and treatment phases.
Pearls for Conducting a Clinical Trial


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