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Inflamax Research Chosen to Conduct a Multicenter Environmental Exposure Chamber Phase 3 Study of Ultrashort Grass Allergy Vaccine by Allergy Therapeutics (UK) Ltd.
Date:4/9/2013

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 09, 2013

The study will involve the location of mobile EEC at centers in three metropolitan areas in the US Midwest, US North East and in Canada, with several investigative sites at each node contributing subjects to the study. The screening and dosing will take place at the investigator site and the subject will be sent to the mobile EEC, located close to the investigator site, for EEC related activities. Inflamax will operate the mEEC™ and manage the study as a full service offering including site management, monitoring, data management, statistics and medical writing. Inflamax Research will employ its innovative electronic diary system (ePDAT™) and Online Recruiting Update Platform and subject referral system (OCRUP™) in the study.

This study which involves over 600 subjects and with plans for a one year follow on study will not commence until ATL has finalized partnership discussions.

“We selected Inflamax because of their unique ability to conduct high quality multicenter studies utilizing the EEC technology. I particularly like the ability to have key opinion leaders in the US able to participate in our EEC clinical trials, which has not been possible with fixed single center EEC studies up to now. We also like the advanced technology that Inflamax employs in the study conduct such as ePDAT and OCRUP™” says Manuel Llobet, ATL’s CEO.

“We are pleased to have been chosen by ATL to conduct this important study of their novel ultrashort allergy vaccine using our mobile EEC system. Our leading edge technologies such as ePDAT™ and OCRUP™ will provide a seamless transparent process that gives detailed real-time data of high quality to ATL regarding every aspect of the study from recruiting to final visit. The ePDAT diary cards will collect electronic data that has been shown to be the most accurate mode of symptom collection in the industry” say Dr Piyush Patel, CEO of Inflamax
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