Bad news for saxagliptin?

Bad news for saxagliptin?

Recently, the FDA said it will review possible heart risks associated with saxagliptin, a widely used diabetes drug.

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February 13th, 2014

Battling the diabetes epidemic in China

A diabetes epidemic is upon us, despite improved knowledge and therapy on this disease. The recently published 6th edition of the International Diabetes Federation Atlas provides some alarming figures.

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January 7th, 2014

CBI’s Risk-Based Monitoring in Clinical Studies conference – a perspective from George Clinical

It is an exciting time as risk-based monitoring (RBM) application grows throughout industry.

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November 20th, 2013

Addressing today’s misconceptions on academically led research organizations (AROs)

Most of us at industry would be more familiar with traditional contract research organizations (CROs) than academically led research organizations (AROs). The broad range of organizations that carry the term AROs does lead to confusion, and its not until fairly recently that the definition of an ARO within a clinical trial setting was well defined. […]

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September 5th, 2013

R&D tax incentives for George Clinical services

There’s no better time to be working with us. The Australian Tax Office will provide a tax incentive to encourage R&D activities in Australia, jointly administered by AusIndustry. Companies with < $20m per annum turnover can be eligible for 45% refundable tax offset; and other companies can be eligible for a non-refundable 40% tax offset. […]

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August 28th, 2013

Data Management – People and Platforms

The George Clinical Data Management group offers end to end Data Management services for phase I – IV and post-marketing clinical trials, as well as tailored services for academic research trials.  Our goal is to provide flexible solutions for our customers and we offer a range of database options to suit study requirements. Fully validated […]

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August 7th, 2013

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