Leveraging Genetic Laboratories In Rare Disease Patient Identification
By Maggie Bloomberg
‘Needle in a haystack’ is a common analogy for clinical researchers looking for the right patients to enroll in a study, but in rare and ultra-rare indications, it can feel closer to finding a snowflake in a snowstorm.
Rare disease researchers need every possible tool to help drive patient identification and recruitment. For certain rare indications, collaborating with genetic laboratories can provide a much-needed boost to patient identification. In this article, we discuss ways to leverage these laboratories to help increase success rates and drive efficient and effective rare disease patient recruitment.
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