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2022 ASCO Addresses Disparities in Cancer Care and Research

COVID era innovations will help shape the future for more equitable representation. Oncology professionals from around the world attended the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in June, one of the largest oncology research conferences of the year. Researchers presented breakthrough clinical trial data including new treatment options, symptom management and research […]

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June 21st, 2022

George Clinical Earns Bronze Medal from EcoVadis for Sustainability Performance

George Clinical announces that it has achieved a Bronze Medal from EcoVadis, the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings. This is the first time the organization has pursued certification and earned a medal from EcoVadis. An EcoVadis Rating validates the organization’s business sustainability commitments and performance. George Clinical’s score places the company in […]

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June 6th, 2022

Private Public Partnership to Fast Track Treatments for Rare Cancers Receives Backing from the Australian Government

A new multi-faceted partnership supported by George Clinical will move to the forefront of the cancer treatment revolution. The Precision Oncology Screening Platform Enabling Clinical Trials (PrOSPeCT) will establish Australia as a medical manufacturing hub building links from research through to the clinic; creating jobs and changing lives.  Over the past decade, immunotherapy and other […]

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May 17th, 2022

Negative Effect of Pandemic on Cancer Survivorship Will Take Years to Calculate

Millions of screenings and treatments have been missed resulting in a rise in metastatic cancers. Cancer survivorship has made great strides, with death rates declining 31% since 1991 and oncology clinical trials dominating therapeutic focus. But cancer patients require uninterrupted care, and the full impact on survivorship of disruptions in care caused by the pandemic […]

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April 8th, 2022

George Clinical India Collaboration with Project NIRAMAYA

It is a proud moment for George Clinical, India to collaborate with Project NIRAMAYA, a program for “Creation of Livelihood opportunities through Skill Development in the field of ‘Home Nursing’. In its two-fold agenda of providing sustainable healthcare support to the elderly with unmet needs in rural sectors, this program extends social and financial support […]

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March 30th, 2022

CKD3 Summit 2022

The 4th Annual Chronic Kidney Disease Drug Development (CKD3) Summit saw a select group of scientists, clinical researchers and experts from industry and regulatory agencies gathered face-to-face for the first time since the pandemic. Excitement and enthusiasm were evident as these experts networked and collaborated on how the latest scientific research is being applied to […]

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March 30th, 2022

UPcare Group to Commence Human Trials in Australia in the Fight against COVID

The UPcare Group is now advancing to human trials with George Clinical with trials to begin soon. UPcare’s human trials are based on their previous pre-clinical and real-world data. Pre-clinical trial results conducted by The Doherty institute in 2020 indicated that compounds used in UPCare’s formulations and products are up to 99.99% effective at inhibiting […]

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March 15th, 2022

George Clinical Grows Scientific Leadership to Include Latin America with the Addition of Renal Expert Hernán Trimarchi

OVERLAND PARK, KS., March 1, 2022 – George Clinical announces the expansion of its renal scientific leadership into Latin America with the addition of subject matter expert Hernán Trimarchi, MD, PHD, FACP, FASN.   Dr. Trimarchi’s research focuses on glomerular diseases, particularly proteinuria and podocyturia, IgA nephropathy, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, and Fabry disease. He is Head […]

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March 2nd, 2022

COVID-19 Has Reshaped the Future Path of Clinical Trial Operations

COVID-19 propels clinical trial innovations from prolonged conjecture to a paradigm shift. Between March and November of 2020, COVID-19 negatively affected more than 1,200 clinical trials worldwide. Some were shut down completely while others were affected by lockdowns, patients becoming reluctant to continue with a trial or a host of other pandemic-related interruptions. As in […]

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February 22nd, 2022

Global and National Scientific Leadership Helps Move Potential Breakthrough CKD Anemia Treatment Forward.

Exceptional kidney and metabolic scientific leadership network provides continuity, communication and cultural expertise in long-term global trial program.   Background The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIH) estimates that more than one in seven people with kidney disease have anemia, increasing their chance of developing heart problems and strokes. The prevalence […]

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February 3rd, 2022