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The times they are a-changing

The clinical development of medicine is changing fast, says the CEO of the world’s largest private recruitment agency for patients for clinical trials. The agency has developed a business model to keep up with the changing times.

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The world’s largest company within recruitment of participants for clinical drug studies is based in the Danish city Aalborg. In order to stay ahead of the field Center for Clinical and Basic Research (CCBR) is continuously adapting its organization to the ever-changing pharmaceutical industry.

“We have found a very simple way to adapt to the changes within drug development, which are very rapid. You have to be careful not to create a lot of rigid systems, because the reality of yesterday is not the same as the reality today, or the day after that,” CEO Hans Christian Hoeck tells Medwatch.

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