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Clinical Site Services Expands to Provide Global Patient Enrollment Services to Rest-of-World
Date:5/3/2011

ill be centrally managed by CSS's project team.

"It all comes down to enrollment. Generating interest is important, but it's what happens after that," shared Trizna. "Sites are the only ones who can enroll patients. Successful sites consistently meet their enrollment goals. We are poised to support them with enrollment planning and implementation."

About Clinical Site Services

Founded in 2005, Clinical Site Services (CSS) is a global enrollment performance company that increases enrollment and retention for pharma, CROs and investigative sites through a site-focused approach and adaptive enrollment process.

US Contact:
Jennifer Whitlock
VP/Director of Marketing
Clinical Site Services
P: 410-793-1067
F: 410-553-0087
jwhitlock@clinicalsiteservices.com
http://www.ClinicalSiteServices.com

UK Contact:
Richard Anderson
Director of Global Patient Enrollment
Clinical Site Services
P: +44 020 8347 9935
randerson@clinicalsiteservices.com
http://www.ClinicalSiteServices.com

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