Real-world industry round-up: existing research collaboration agreement expanded to generate real-world evidence regarding COVID-19 and cancer

Written by The Evidence Base

Also this month: TriNetX (MA, USA) has announced that Duke-NUS (Singapore) has joined its global health research network and Aetion (NY, USA) announces securing a total of US$82 million in Series B funding, which will help expand its real-world evidence offerings. In this latest instalment of our regular monthly column, we summarize a selection of key real-world evidence industry developments that have taken place over the past month. The news highlights: Existing research collaboration agreement expanded to generate real-world evidence regarding COVID-19 and cancer TriNetX’s network continues to grow: Duke-NUS joins Aetion announces completion of Series B funding round MDIC releases...

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