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Agility Clinical Partners with PSR Orphan Drug Experts
Date:3/5/2013

hening the geographical reach for both companies to both sides of the Atlantic, we are able to provide an efficient clinical drug development strategy to our clients."

The number of rare diseases for which no treatment is currently available is estimated at approximately 6,800, according to the National Institute of Health (NIH). Nearly 30 million Americans, almost 1 in 10, are affected by a rare disease. Orphan drugs present fundamentally different regulatory and operational challenges than their traditional drug counterparts. Agility and PSR both specialize in helping companies develop efficiencies and economies of scale to help patients with rare diseases by bringing innovative new drugs and devices to market.

About Agility Clinical
Agility Clinical, founded in April 2012, with an experienced executive management team whose mission is to help small and virtual pre-clinical and clinical stage companies develop drugs and devices, particularly in the orphan drug category. In addition to consulting, Agility provides customized full clinical trial services including project management, clinical operations, data management, biostatistics, medical, regulatory, and scientific affairs, medical writing and electronic source records (ESR). The Agility team has a true appreciation for the challenges its clients face in obtaining the expertise they need. The firm's senior staff volunteers time with its partner, the Public Health Alliance for Clinical Trials (PHACT), the first non-profit CRO dedicated to conducting clinical trials for products to treat diseases that affect the poorest people in developing countries. Agility has established operations in Carlsbad, CA. For more information, visit www.agility-clinical.com and http://www.phactcro.org.

About PSR Orphan Experts
PSR Group B.V., established in 1998, is a leading expert in orphan
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