Biospecimens collected as part of biomarker-informed clinical programs are precious resources for precision medicine research and development (R&D). However, the complexity of tracking and linking informed consent data at the sample and derivative levels limits the use of these biospecimens. In this post, we’ll explore how clinical teams can benefit from QuartzBio’s flexible approach to ICF codification to reduce complexity, gain more value from their stored samples, and help turn their biorepositories into drug development engines.
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