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Sharing Best Practices for Successful Clinical Trials

Trials Testing New Therapies for Parkinson's Symptoms

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) works diligently to improve clinical trials, the final stages of therapeutic development. Trials face a lot of hurdles to success, and some never overcome them. We want to improve their odds.

Over a year ago, we began sharing what we’ve learned about how to increase the success of Parkinson’s studies in a series of articles in Applied Clinical Trials. The series, called Eye on Patient Advocacy, features case studies written by MJFF staff who work on trial recruitment and retention.

The best practices and lessons learned we shared in Applied Clinical Trials’ Eye on Patient Advocacy series is a snapshot of what our recruitment and retention teams can offer. Visit the Study Recruitment page of our website for more resources.

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