The advances in medicine within the last century have been astounding, saving untold lives and reducing massive epidemics that once decimated populations through the use of vaccines. Increased vaccine research and antibiotic research have been crucial in preventing deaths and disease, and clinical trials for infectious diseases are still an essential part of today’s modern medical sciences. Increased globalization makes the chance for widespread epidemics a very real threat, and as humans evolve, so do the pathogens, making many viruses and bacteria resistant to current treatments. Therefore, clinical trials that study the diseases, causes and therapies thereof, as well as its evolution, are the first line of defense in preventing a potential pandemic.

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A contract research organization (CRO) is an important component in conducting clinical disease research. It provides research services to various pharmaceutical and medical industries on a contractual and outsourced basis. The CROs which are able to specialize in clinical trial research offer a major advantage to their clients: they can move a new drug or therapy from its conception, through testing, all the way through FDA approval, without the drug creator from having to pay for a staff for these services – everything is outsourced and taken care of through the CRO.

The CRO is inherently independent, and therefore, they can offer objective assessments of new drugs and treatments backed up with data gleaned from their clinical trials. CROs often have multiple partnerships with several pharmaceutical or medical companies, and therefore, their experience and knowledge can far surpass that of the sponsoring company if they were to conduct the trials themselves. This can lead to accelerated development of treatments for diseases which are rare, shorter periods for discovery of effective therapies, and foster an environment for rapid vaccine development. On top of that, outsourcing work to CROs means that the sponsoring company saves money and time, enabling them to develop and create more ideas in an effort to combat infectious diseases.

INC Research is a CRO that specializes in developing therapies and vaccines for infectious diseases. The team at INC is highly experienced at all stages of clinical disease research, from creating the initial plan of trial, to filing actual submissions. INC Research has tested the full spectrum of patients – from babies to the elderly; highly resistant pathogens to common but acute infections; and an ability to find patients with both routine and rare ailments. INC Research employees focus on their client, ensuring that all testing and trials benefit from their ability to pinpoint sites that offer the most patients and highest quality facilities. INC Research offers a unique service from other CROs in that it specializes in vaccine development. Vaccine trials are a special breed of infectious disease research, and INC has created policies and procedures to specifically address the particular needs of each client and their product.

Governments and health organizations around the world recognize the danger of an unchecked pathogen on vulnerable populations. As a result, increasing funding for vaccine development means more and more therapies are being created, with a greater need for ethical and precise testing. INC Research helps companies accelerate their contributions to the medical field in an objective and efficient manner.

 

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