In the pharmaceutical industry, it is common to outsource the different phases of a clinical trial to a CROs such as BioClever.
Our organization offers to conduct phases II-IV of all sorts of clinical trials, except for Phase I trials, which require administering a drug that has not yet been tested on human beings.
Phases of a clinical trial
Thus, at BioClever , we can design and develop the following phases of a clinical trial:
- Phase I (not conducted by BioClever). At this stage of the trial, the safety of a new drug is verified by administering it to human beings.
- Phase II. This phase provides preliminary information about the efficacy of the drug and establishes the dose-response relationship.
- Phase III. Phase of the clinical trial that assesses the efficacy and safety of the experimental treatment in use conditions that are considered common.
- Phase IV. Phase of the trial that is conducted when the drug has already been marketed and that seeks to learn more about it.