Count on Worldwide to Manage Cancer-Associated Pain Trials
Pain is the excruciating companion of many cancer diagnoses. It’s not only the pain that can accompany the cancer itself but also the pain that may arise from the concomitant treatments intended to attack the cancer. It may also be pain arising from a complication secondary to the cancer or the treatment itself. There may even be “breakthrough” pain, pain that breaks through despite the analgesic barriers that a patient may already have in place.
Your work in the field of cancer-associated pain research may depend upon clinical trials that involve populations of people with very specific diagnoses. Or, you may need populations of people undergoing very specific treatments. Where will you find those populations? How will you find healthcare facilities staffed with the right personnel, who can provide the care that cancer patients require? How can you find patients who have the ability and willingness to participate in your trials? How can you implement strategies that retrieve the data you require from these unique patient groups?
Look no further than Worldwide Clinical Trials. For more than 30 years, we’ve been helping researchers conduct clinical trials. We’ve been deeply involved in numerous pain syndrome trials. We have the site relationships and the project management skills you require, as well as a global infrastructure purpose-built to streamline the acquisition, consolidation, and cleansing of clinical trial data. From clinical trials in Phases I-IV and real-world evidence, you can rely on Worldwide to ensure that your pain therapy studies provide you with the data and insights you need to take your next step with confidence.