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COVID-19 has had a fundamental effect on every aspect of society, including clinical trials. The search for an effective vaccine or treatment for COVID-19 continues to move at record pace. However, many clinical trials in other therapeutic areas have either been delayed or essentially ground to a halt due to the pandemic. Such delays place […]
The availability of data, experts for authoring abstracts, posters and oral presentations, and congress activities themselves have all been affected by the pandemic.
Clinical trials are the engine room that powers our ability to deliver new treatment options to patients. The rigorous testing and resulting data that help us understand how new treatments work are what propels our industry forward.
We have seen a digital revolution sweep across clinical practice, driven by the extraordinary circumstances of the coronavirus.
With reduced capacity and opportunity for fundraising, extra pressure on support services and attention diverted elsewhere, it will take a long time for them to recover and return to business as usual.
While initial impressions may be that the COVID-19 pandemic is creating a barrier for medical education initiatives, this is not necessarily the case across the board.
Clinical trial delays not only impact the current path forward but potentially (depending on the extent of the delay/disruption) can create hurdles for future regulatory filing, approval and launch. Therefore, as with all functions being affected by the pandemic, adaptability will be critical.
How we remember the COVID-19 pandemic will be decided by the journalists of today who are editing and documenting these unusual times.