As clinical trials get more complex, software startup Faro bags $20M to help visualize them
Having designed clinical trials and authored study protocols for more than 20 years, Scott Chetham has a basic frustration with the field.
“People are always surprised that everything is done in Microsoft Word,” he said, but it’s a universal practice in his experience: No matter how complex or meticulous the trial, clinical scientists are still drafting trial protocols as Word documents and sending numerous versions around before locking them in as PDFs.
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