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Myelodysplastic Syndrome

Leading patient-centric strategies

Myelodysplastic Syndrome

Oncology

Patient-centric clinical trials are a necessary for studying Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), a cancer affecting blood cells and bone marrow in patient populations 70 years and older. Without proper CRO guidance, studies that depend on patient involvement can lean toward the myopic, ignoring patient goals and feedback.

A patient-focused strategy highlights the needs and goals of the patient during the study, including quality of life, treatment management and survivability, and improved access options to trial participation.

 


 

Improving patient outcomes

  • Remote solutions, including telemedicine, patient portals, and mobile device monitoring.
  • Home care solutions, ranging from mobile vans and nurse visits to treatment logistics.
  • Data solutions, incorporating real-world evidence and patient feedback through mobile technology.