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Adams Clinical runs clinical trials for drug companies and started using Uber Health in the middle of last year.
The report was based on 591 responses to a global online survey of drug makers and companies hired by the pharmaceutical industry to run clinical trials.
In a clinical trial, 40 people who fit the description were given Trogarzo, which is made by TaiMed Biologics USA.
For another drug, Entresto, an expensive treatment for heart failure, Ms. Johnson participates in a clinical trial that provides the drug for free.
When bavisant flopped in a 2012 clinical trial aimed at adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, researchers observed that insomnia was one of its side effects.
The new study included both men and women who’d been enrolled in a two-year clinical trial and who lost weight by following a heart-healthy diet.
Revenue was up 12% year-over-year (helped by booming sales of Botox); on a forward-looking note, the company also announced that its key experimental migraine drug hit its goals in a clinical trial.
In March, Stat News published a story about doctors in Brazil conducting clinical trials to use sterilized tilapia skin as a bandage for second- and third-degree burns in humans.
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