Scientists say technology inspired by Google Earth is giving them a better understanding of how cancer cells evade the drugs meant to neutralise them. Dr Edwin Hawkins from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute said the technology is used to watch
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What are the benefits of Clinical Trials?
Dr. Murrell is Director of Orthopaedic Research at St George Hospital and a Professor at UNSW.
He serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
We'd like you to know:
We're Medical Professionals
Yes there are communication and IT guys in the background, but our approach is guided by our Registered Nurses.
After a career of caring in hospitals, Neoclinical is another way they've found to care for patients.
We Often Work For Free
Many important trials are funded by charitable organisations. When the circumstances call for it, we'll often do their work for free.
At the end of the day, we might be in business but, first and foremost, we're in the business of caring.
We Do Things By The Book
Every Neoclinical trial is approved by an independent ethics committee from major hospitals and universities.
Our 'Ethics Approved' logo is a reminder that every trial we refer you to is overseen by professionals from the medical world.
Where We Go, We're Local
We're based in Australia and we're growing every day. But as we grow online, we also grow on the ground.
That's because wherever we go, we have real people who understand the local patients and their needs.