Learn how one company sought support at multiple junctures—from manufacturing to biomarker evaluation to market access—to enable a faster and more effective launch of their new programmed death receptor-1 (PD-1)-blocking antibody.
Natural killer (NK) cells first earned their title as “killers” nearly 40 years ago when researchers observed the rapid immune response of these lymphocytes as they destroyed host cells infected with a virus or tumor cells. It seemed that NK cells could attach spontaneously without prior activation. Over time, researchers have learned more about the molecular mechanisms that regulate their activation and function.
“Patient centricity must be grounded in an engagement approach for the patients … ” Jonathan Zung, PhD, Covance. How do clinical research organizations (CROs) respond and support this increasing focus on patient-centric practices?