How Long Do Ulcerative Colitis Flares Last?

Ulcerative Colitis (UC) flare-ups can last for days or weeks. Symptoms of a flare may include urgent or frequent bowel movements, diarrhea, blood in stools, and abdominal pain or cramping. Because these symptoms can also be caused by something other than UC, it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether you're experiencing a flare-up. 

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Leadership Profile: An Interview with Antidote CFO Keith Lovell

Keith Lovell joined Antidote as CFO in September 2015, bringing more than 25 years of financial and commercial experience at companies ranging from major blue chip organizations to startups. Prior to Antidote, he was employee number 30 at Shazam, and helped build it up to a billion dollar valuation. 

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Antidote Named Scrip Award Finalist for “Best Technological Development in Clinical Trials”

The Scrip Awards are where the industry’s best and brightest are recognized for excellence across the drug development spectrum. That’s why we’re absolutely honored to announce that Antidote has been named a Scrip Awards finalist in the category of “Best Technological Development in Clinical Trials.” We’ve been a finalist in this category before, and are thrilled that the evolution of our ...

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Putting patients at the center starts with trust

A few years ago, we wrote a blog series for ACRP in which we focused on patient centricity in clinical trial design, recruitment, and execution. Over the next few months, we’ll be taking a second look at those blog posts, sharing updated versions on our own blog. Here’s an update to the second in that series. 

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What Type 1 Diabetes Patients Care About in Clinical Trials [Survey Results]

Clinical research organizations sometimes create surveys and share general statistics about clinical trial participation. But every patient is different, and overarching stats don't tell the full story.

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A Year in Review: An Interview with Antidote CEO, Laurent Schockmel

It’s been one year since Laurent Schockmel took the helm at Antidote. We sat down with Laurent to talk about his journey from scientist to CEO and hear his reflections on his first year at Antidote. Here’s what he had to say:

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10 Fascinating Clinical Research Blogs to Follow

The best clinical research blogs don’t just cover the latest news in the industry – they also take an informed position on how we can improve the research process. We count on the ten blogs below for information that’s both useful for clinical research professionals, and makes us think, too. Follow them on social media or subscribe to their newsletters or blog feeds to make sure you’re always up ...

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Why quality matters more than quantity in clinical trial patient recruitment

Today, nearly 60 million patients are needed for currently recruiting clinical trials. And in fact, 80% of trials will be delayed or closed due to difficulty finding patients to take part. 

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Clinical Trial Recruitment Rate Calculator

Recruitment rate for clinical trials is calculated by multiplying the number of sites and randomized patients per site by the number of months of recruitment time. This number can also be reverse-engineered, starting with the number of randomized patients a trial needs.

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After Years with Eczema, This Young Woman Found the Right Treatment – And Her People

Alexis Smith had eczema as an infant, but had lived a mostly itch-free childhood until hitting puberty at 12. That's when her symptoms came back.

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