Cough Clinical Trials: The Importance of Data Collection, Analysis & Sharing

Have you ever participated or considered participating in a Clinical Trial for a Cough drug or therapy?  Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough is a national leader in conducting Clinical Research for Cough.  Volunteers for Cough Clinical Trials have a chance at improving their own Cough as well as helping to develop cough therapies in the future. Data collection, analysis & sharing are vitally important parts of the Clinical Research process.

Please contact Dr. Mandel Sher to learn about Cough Clinical Trials: 727-393-8067. #coughclinicaltrials

Clinical research is highly regulated and highly routinized to ensure apples-to-apples sameness among the different geographic sites participating in a Clinical Trial and to protect patient safety and privacy.  The same Clinical Trial for the same medical condition using the same protocol is offered for the same time period in different sites around the country.  These highly selected sites for Clinical Research meet specific criteria.  Data collection, analysis, & sharing  sharing are part of the responsibility of Clinical Trials sites and paramount to the important role that Clinical Research plays in bringing new drugs and therapies to market.  The precision and completeness of collected data is key to data analysis, findings, and conclusions.

Clinical Research is a collaborative effort among Investigators.  As a Principal Investigator for Cough Clinical Trials, Dr. Mandel Sher is often invited to investigator meetings where preliminary results from all clinical trial sites are  shared.   

Please call Carol, Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough’s Clinical Research Nurse, to find out about current and upcoming Cough Clinical Trials:  727-210-3259.