Natural History Studies
Setting Up For Success Through Conducting Natural History Studies
As a Rare Disease CRO and Orphan CRO, we fully understand the benefits that natural history studies offer sponsors seeking to begin their clinical stage development activities. We have run numerous natural history studies with several being in ultra rare indications. We have seen the benefits first-hand of how this has supported our previous and current rare disease sponsors and their development programs.
Natural history studies are an avenue for Sponsors to understand a disease and how it is managed by clinicians. They also help Sponsors understand the unmet needs that exist within the patient population. Our team of orphan specialists leverage our global reach to access patient populations wherever they maybe and assist with setting a minimum amount of required data, which is the inclusion of data directly reported by patients combined with data reported by health professionals. Furthermore, we are experienced in the collection of data on both living and deceased patients. These efforts combined help to ensure more focus on your specific condition area rather than therapeutic interventions.
By using our team’s expertise and implementing strategies that reach even the most hard-to-find patients, we conduct studies that yield information on critical biomarkers and other correlates of clinical outcomes. We can help you to understand the etiology, range of manifestations and progression of rare diseases.