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PPD Acquires Tech for Outcomes Impacted by Placebo Effects

Source: Applied Clinical Trials

Pharmaceutical Product Development announced that it has acquired RCT Logic’s exclusive license from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) for the portfolio of patents related to its sequential parallel comparison design (SPCD). SPCD is an alternative method for conducting well-controlled clinical trials that substantially decreases the impact on trial outcomes of any placebo effect. This methodology, which PPD is branding as Trimentum™, has been particularly effective in studying major depressive disorder (MDD), but is applicable to clinical trials in many disease areas where outcomes can be impacted by placebo effects. PPD says the technology offers its clients a clinical trial method that derives more information from fewer patients, which will enable them to conduct smaller, more efficient trials in all stages of drug development.

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