Article | March 3, 2023

Working With Disparate Data Sources To Improve Your Trials

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For decades, trial research remained siloed, with findings carefully guarded against competing institutions. However, these data silos limit drug development, slowing clinical trials and making them less effective. As a result, researchers are sharing their findings on a global scale, while turning to the data insights of their peers.

With improved feasibility analyses, trial developers can increase the chances that their projects are completed on time and with reliable results. With data sharing, other researchers can improve research on related diseases to create better patient outcomes. The ultimate goal of medical research is to improve patients' lives, and the best way to do that is through collaboration.

Learn about an aggregation tool and how it could be the future of trial data sharing.

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