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The Importance of Early Planning for Clinical Supplies: Part II

In Part I of this blog series, I identified some of the challenges in supporting clinical trials and a few reasons why early planning for clinical supplies is very important. In Part II, let’s look at three areas of clinical supply support that can greatly benefit from having the support team involved from the start and given ample time to design and contribute to the protocol:

Topic: Cold-Chain Logistics, Topic: Clinical Trial..........

The Importance of Early Planning for Clinical Supplies: Part I

Beating other investors to an offer or getting ample time to support a clinical trial can yield big benefits and returns. The advantages from the financial perspective can be fairly evident but the gains from having plenty of time to plan, design and implement support functions for clinical supplies may not be so obvious. In this two part blog series, I will discuss the challenge of supporting clinical trials and the importance of early planning for clinical supplies.

Topic: Cold-Chain Logistics, Topic: Clinical Trial..........

Cooling Valley Fever: Unique Kits for a Unique Clinical Trial

Fisher BioServices supports clinical trials in numerous ways, including acquiring and distributing clinical agents and the design and assembly of biospecimen collection kits. Recently, the staff members at the Clinical Agent and Specimen Repository (CASR), which Fisher BioServices operates for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), were challenged to support a particularly unique clinical trial: The efficacy of fluconazole in the treatment of Valley Fever.

Content: Case Study, Topic: Kit Production

Protecting Your Protocol: Operating a Flawless Clinical Agent Repository

Managing the distribution of clinical agents for large, multi-site, multi-country clinical trials requires a spectrum of expertise and infrastructure, specifically designed to ensure accuracy in order processing and preservation of the integrity of the product from initial receipt into inventory through delivery to the clinical site. 

Content: eBook, Topic: Chemical Compound and Mater..........