White Paper examines a Central Laboratory’s role in Clinical Trials
‘ As its name implies, a Central Laboratory is a laboratory where all the samples from the clinical sites involved in a trial are sent. Participant safety is of paramount importance in a clinical trial, and it usually involves the three musketeers of laboratory tests: Complete Blood Count; Liver Function; and Renal Function’
This White Paper examines the function of a Clinical Laboratory in Clinical Trials, the importance of logistics, communication and, the benefits of conducting clinical trials in Australia. It also includes a recent Oncology case study. Download your copy below.