Health Decisions and OncoBay Clinical partners for development services in women's oncology

▴ Health Decisions and OncoBay Clinical partners for development services in women's oncology
Partnership to provide specialized Clinical Development Services

Health Decisions, Inc., a full-service contract research organization (CRO) specializing in women's health clinical research and diagnostic and medical device development, and OncoBay Clinical, Inc., a full-service boutique CRO specializing in complex, early-phase oncology programs, announced a partnership to deliver specialized clinical development services for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies developing therapeutics, medical devices, and diagnostics in oncology. As partners, Health Decisions and OncoBay Clinical will leverage deep expertise in women's health and oncology to enhance clinical programs for sponsors investigating new treatment options in gynecologic oncology and breast cancer.

"A collaboration between OncoBay and Health Decisions provides a clear advantage to sponsors seeking development support in women's oncology. Our combined understanding of female-centric clinical trials and the complexities of studies in oncology will enable strategic and flexible end-to-end solutions for our sponsor partners," said Dr. Patrick Phillips, Chief Executive Officer of Health Decisions. "We believe the technical insight and operational agility created by combining our teams will allow us to accelerate clinical development activities, further supporting our mutual mission of improving the lives of patients around the world."

"As a trusted oncology CRO, it was important for OncoBay to only form a collaboration with a best-in-class partner in women's oncology that shared our vision and deep commitment to transform oncology research and positively impact cancer patients' lives through innovation, collaboration, and partnership," said Krystyna Kowalczyk, President and Chief Executive Officer of OncoBay Clinical. "We are honoured to be partnered with Health Decisions, a long-standing and respected provider of clinical research services in the field of women's health. Together, we look forward to delivering significant value to drug developers and physicians in their quest to cure women's cancer."

For many women, the first signs of cancer are discovered during routine visits to the gynaecologist. Health Decisions and OncoBay will leverage a combined site network specialized in women's health and oncology to expedite the identification of study participants. Health Decisions will also gain access to OncoBay's unique technology ecosystem which includes a partnership with TrialJectory, a patient-first digital health company that uses artificial intelligence to curate large quantities of data produced by cancer research to match patients to clinical trials.

"With hundreds of thousands of women being diagnosed with cancer each year, it has become increasingly important to engage these patients where they are located and ensure access to the most advanced treatments for their exact diagnosis," said Tzvia Bader, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, TrialJectory. "Through the team's vast expertise in women's oncology needs, both OncoBay and Health Decisions, coupled with TrialJectory's AI-powered digital health platform, are providing the next generation of cancer care to countless women in need."

Tags : #HealthDecisions #OncobayClinical #WomenOncology #ClinicalServicesDevelopement #LatestPharmaNewsUpdateDec3

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