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clinical trial case report forms

Understanding Clinical Trial Case Report Forms

While each of our research trials at AGA Clinical Trials is unique in several ways, there are also some common medical trial elements that are relatively constant. One great example here is known as the case report form, abbreviated CRF. A vital component of virtually any clinical research trial that takes place, a case report…

clinical trial data validation process

Primer on Clinical Trial Data Validation Process, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on the clinical data validation process during research studies. Vital for ensuring correctness and integrity of any data produced during a medical trial, data validation, also known as process validation, is carried out in some manner for virtually all clinical...

AGA Clinical Trials Officially Enters as Top Enroller of Medical Trials against Covid-19 and Its Prevention

Florida, Sep 14, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – AGA Clinical Trials, a multispecialty research facility with HQ in Miami, Florida, and a satellite location in Ecuador that have been mentioned as top enrollers nationally in two different medical trials against COVID-19 and its prevention, among these the Nation’s Trial. CEO DR. Maria Graber, CPI, CCRP who have…

clinical trial data validation

Primer on Clinical Trial Data Validation Process, Part 1

Within any clinical trial or research study for a given condition, treatment or drug, the quality and integrity of the data involved are vital factors. There are several tests or programs researchers will run to ensure their data is of the highest quality possible, and this broad process is known as clinical data validation, or...

Personal and Societal Benefits of Clinical Trial Participation

There are many examples of things we can do that benefit both ourselves and others simultaneously, and clinical trial participation is often a great one. Those who participate in such trials, whether for a specific condition or as a healthy volunteer test subject, are potentially on track for several distinct benefits – plus are benefitting...
FDA process new drug approval

Rigorous FDA Process for New Drug Approval, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over the standard steps involved in the process of clinical researchers discovering and developing a new drug. The drug development process, one that's strictly regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), follows a set of steps to allow for safe, sensible and timely development...
FDA process new drug approval

Rigorous FDA Process for New Drug Approval, Part 1

At AGA Clinical Trials, we're proud to offer a wide range of medical research trials that cover numerous common conditions and illnesses. While this is not necessarily the case in every clinical trial carried out, many of our studies will advance research or shine a new light on a potential drug that could be used...
patient-friendly research studies

Promoting Patient-Friendly Research Studies, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the ways we and other clinical researchers look to make medical research trials as patient-friendly as possible. The best studies take place when both patients and researchers are on the same page, with participants who fully understand the scope of the study...

Promoting Patient-Friendly Research Studies, Part 1

Across the clinical trial and medical research realm, one common issue many companies have been working on in recent years is making studies more patient-friendly. This is one of the biggest challenges out there when it comes to patient recruitment – many people want to take part in clinical studies, but too many recruitment efforts...

Correcting Myths on Modern BYOD Clinical Trials

Many clinical trials in today's modern era feature the use of devices for data capture, convenience and data storage, and one area here that's been exploding in recent years is the BYOD movement, or bring your own device. Many clinical research companies are taking on this approach, which allows patients to bring their own smartphone...