The challenges of rare disease research, a global approach
a top CRO
Rare disease trials come with inherent challenges
arising from two elements; a sparse patient population and a wide geographical spread.
And the challenges just cascade from there. When the cost per patient is considered, it becomes readily apparent that conducting through feasibilty is a key critical success factor for orphan drug trials. PSI-managed sites show consistently stellar performance in rare disease trials, and every last one have completed recruitment on time or ahead of trials.
With new innovations in gene therapy, and the unraveling of rare disease medical mysteries closer and closer to reality, rare disease clinical research trials are more important now than ever before.
Meet the global clinical research organization ranked No. 1.
PSI’s key differentiator is our ability to plan and execute complex clinical trials on time, saving our customers millions of development dollars.
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