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Quintiles helps to improve healthcare worldwide by providing a broad range of professional services
Quintiles helps to improve healthcare worldwide by providing a broad range of professional services

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"My team looks into the efficiencies of the start up process, thus allowing us to bring patients faster into studies." Hear more from Wendy Bilham on what her team does and why you should consider a career with Quintiles.

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Kidney disease is a global epidemic now effecting as much as 10% of the global population, and millions die each year because they don't have access to affordable treatments. Our partnership with DaVita Clinical Research is one step we're taking to change that. http://bit.ly/2aw71nz
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Expert Rick Sax gives an overview of the first workshop held by the President’s Cancer Panel on pricing, value, and innovation in cancer drug development. http://bit.ly/29NJ5fk
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Involving children in clinical research has long been a topic that is fraught with conflict. The Nuffield Council on Bioethics tackles the complex topic of involving children in clinical trials by asking them what they think http://bit.ly/29tFm9m
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Quintiles Ronan Brown checks in from San Francisco to discuss working with emerging biopharma companies. Listen here to learn more and visit our experts at BIO booth #6662.

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"The rise of precision medicine, scarcity of patients and investigators, combined with increasingly complex trial protocols, requires innovative approaches to clinical trial implementation."

Quintiles new Precision Enrollment offering will enhance patient recruitment in oncology trials. http://bit.ly/22vJpmx
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Naz Haji examines the clinical trial changes in India. With clearer regulations, better infrastructure, strong talent and rich pools of treatment-naive patients, it could be time to return to India. Read more: http://bit.ly/1XwQlPU
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"In the lead up to International Clinical Trials Day on May 20, I've been thinking a lot about what the trial of the future will look like." Expert Jean Paty on how patient reported outcomes will define clinical trials of the future. http://bit.ly/1TjnjQz #ICTD2016 #clinicaltrialsday
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Today we're celebrating our hundreds of employees with nursing experience.
http://bit.ly/1TcANh8 #IND2016 #nursesweek

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As we celebrate International Nurses Day on May 12, it's important to recognize that nurse educators do more than share information. They improve the lives of patients while benefitting clients - a business model where everyone wins. http://bit.ly/1Tbahoo
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