The San Antonio Clinical Research Unit is a customized site capable of meeting the ever changing requirements for clinical trials. The site’s facilities include 180 available beds, pharmacy and drug storage, an on-site PK laboratory, clinical laboratory and a 48-channel Mortara ECG system. Since 2008 the site has conducted more than 360 Phase I studies. Our experienced staff provides expert delivery of services to safely and efficiently manage early-phase studies from First-in-Human to proof of concept. This includes all services such as an active volunteer database, data collection fully aligned to FDA guidelines, electronic data capture and regulatory approvals.
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In the last 70 years, the development of clinical cancer research has been remarkable. From the discovery of the first form of effective chemotherapy in 1949 to the genetically tailored cancer drugs of the 90s, treatment methods have evolved dramatically in the modern era thanks to decades of rigorous clinical trials.
With the help of some of the world’s leading oncologists and cancer treatment specialists we’ve decided to produce a timeline which outlines 10 of the most important advances in clinical cancer.