Thermo Fisher expands Direct-to-Patient clinical trial service

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

October 27, 2020 -- Thermo Fisher Scientific said it has expanded its Direct-to-Patient clinical trial service to enable clinical trial medications to be delivered directly to patients' homes.

The company's Direct-to-Patient offering now encompasses Clinical Site-to-Patient, Pharmacy-to-Patient, and Depot-to-Patient services, according to Thermo Fisher Scientific. The program can support any phase of a clinical trial, as well as a range of trial variables including interactive response technology systems, blinded/unblinded studies, and home nursing providers.

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