Global Clinical Trials Market 2019 By Therapy, Phase Type, Application, Medical Research, Top Key Manufacturers and Latest Development, Forecast to 2025

Clinical Trials Market is set to register a Double Digit CAGR during the forecast period 2019 to 2025. Orbis team have supreme objective to provide the optimum quality market research and intelligence services to our clients.

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Any drug or treatment method to be implemented or considered for treatment needs an approval of feasibility or suitability to the particular target group, and also to be approved by the local governments or the regulatory bodies. To meet this requirement clinical trials are most needed. Clinical trials are research studies that test the compatibility of new medical/treatment approaches to people of different age groups and categories. They help to find a better way to find, diagnose, prevent or treat a disease. Clinical trials are also used to compare the results of a new treatment over the existing treatment methods. The clinical trials are often regulated by the government bodies (like FDA mandating the formation of An Institutional Review Board (IRB) for every trial) to ensure Ethical standards during the study and result marking Wellbeing and protection of the rights of participants Minimal risks when compared to the benefits of the study

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Clinical Trials Market Key Highlights:
The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, Korea, imposed a new guideline to provide adequate compensation to the participants if they are harmed during a clinical trial. In India, the new rules were imposed to cancel the trial if the sponsor fails to provide ‘medical management’ to trials. The drug maker may also be restricted from holding any more trials. Department of Health and Human Services guidelines mandate that the NIH could not take on new patients in clinical trials unless NIH Director Francis Collins deems it medically necessary.

Clinical Trials market The report profiles the following companies, which include:
• IQVIA
• Parexel
• Covance
• Pfizer
• Paidion Research
• CenterWatch
• Pharmaceutical Product Development LLC
• Duke Clinical Research Institute
• TriWest Research Associates
• ICON

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Regional Insights:
The Clinical Trials Market segments the geographies by regions, which include North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific and RoW. North America is taking the major share in the Clinical Trials market with a major contribution from the US, followed by Europe and the Asia Pacific. Favourable government regulations, increasing prevalence of chronical diseases, need for personalized medicines, especially for children in these regions are driving the demand for the clinical trials market.

Scope Of The Clinical Trials Market:
By Phase Pre-Clinical
• Phase I
• Phase II
• Phase III
• Phase IV

By Design
• Treatment Studies
• Randomized Control Trial
• Adaptive Clinical Trial
• Non-Randomized Control Trial

Market Highlights:
• Visualize the composition of the Clinical Trials market across each indication, in terms of type and applications, highlighting the key commercial assets and players.
• Identify commercial opportunities in Clinical Trials by analyzing trends and co-development deals.
• Excel data sheet with thousands of data points of the Clinical Trials market – level 4/5 segmentation
• PDF report with the most relevant analysis cogently put together after exhaustive qualitative interviews and in-depth market study
• Product mapping in excel for the key Clinical Trials products of all major market players.

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