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Almac Launches Products for Clinical-Trial Material Supply



Almac has introduced two products for clinical supplies, a web- based tool for clinical-trial drug-supply management and refrigerated reusable shippers for clinical supplies. The first offering is SupplyTraQ, a web-based drug accountability and reconciliation tool that improves clinical trial drug supply management and simplifies posttrial administration.  The product is compatible with IXRS, the company’s interactive voice response /interactive web response technology, and allows users to capture drug-supply data in real-time.

In addition, Almac’s Clinical Services business unit has introduced refrigerated reusable shippers for use with temperature-controlled clinical supplies. The shippers are available as an option to replace single-use shippers for refrigerated shipments, 2°C to 8°C.

Source: Almac

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