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Graves’ Disease Clinical Trial Recruiting

Graves’ Disease Clinical Trial Recruiting

Graves’ disease is one of the most common overt autoimmune disorders. Patients with Graves’ disease have autoantibodies known as TRAbs which have the ability to stimulate the TSH receptor on thyroid cells causing thyroid overactivity (hyperthyroidism). Symptoms of hyperthyroidism include goitre, fatigue, heat intolerance, sweating, weight loss despite good appetite, […]

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Best Practice for Capturing and Presenting Accurate Wound Images

Best Practice for Capturing and Presenting Accurate Wound Images

Our Senior Medical Photographer recently completed a poster presentation entitled “Best Practice for Capturing and Presenting Accurate Wound Images” at this years Wounds UK conference held in picturesque Harrogate. The poster covers the requirement for clinical wound imaging and how Illingworth capture images consistently and accurately for clinical trials. This […]

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Continuing our Global Expansion with New Appointments

Continuing our Global Expansion with New Appointments

Illingworth, a Contract Research Organisation headquartered in the United Kingdom and operating worldwide, has added Julia Jones and Andy Thurstan to its frontline business development team alongside a number of recruits. Julia Jones joins as Senior Director of Business Development based in Sydney, Australia, after 14 years with Novotech and […]

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Scrip Award Finalists – Best Specialist CRO Provider

Scrip Award Finalists – Best Specialist CRO Provider

The Scrip Awards applaud the essential role that the pharmaceutical, biotech and other allied industries play in improving healthcare. Illingworth Research Group are proud to announce that we have been selected as one of six finalists in this years Scrip Awards. The Scrip Awards for Best Contract Research Organization acknowledge […]

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Why was ICH-GCP Developed?

Why was ICH-GCP Developed?

Let’s Start with ICH… ICH, otherwise known as The International Council for Harmonisation (ICH), was born on the realisation that it was important that medicinal products were evaluated and reached the market at the same time in different regions. Sadly, this realisation came on the back of many tragedies. This […]

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What is Medical Photography?

What is Medical Photography?

Medical photography is primarily used to record detailed and accurate images to assist clinicians in diagnosis and monitoring of patient conditions, disease and progress. It can also be a useful tool for teaching and research purposes. For medical photography to take place, patients must follow a compulsory informed consent process […]

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What is an eCRF in Clinical Trials?

What is an eCRF in Clinical Trials?

Put simply the eCRF is an electronic version of the traditional CRF. Are you still lost? CRF is a commonly used acronym for Case Report Form; a form which is used for capturing data in pharmaceutical and medical device clinical trials. Case Report Forms (CRFs) have historically always been on […]

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