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BBK Worldwide Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Industry Leadership Through Innovation in Patient Enrollment
Date:6/25/2008

ip product, TrialCENTRALNet(SM), which also serves as the technology backbone. TrialCENTRALNet provides an online infrastructure for planning, conducting and managing patient recruitment, instantly centralizing all related communications, data, reporting, and information for a single clinical study, or a suite of studies.

"Through our hands-on experience with hundreds of clinical trials, we've learned that it's not a matter of spending more time on recruitment; it's about recognizing patient recruitment as a distinct discipline and giving all study community members access to its principles," says Bachenheimer. "BBK's current initiatives are designed to do just that."

BBK and TCN e-Systems will showcase "Center of Excellence" and QuickTrainer at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Drug Information Association in Boston from June 22 - 26, 2008 at booth #711.

About BBK Worldwide

Founded in 1983 by Joan F. Bachenheimer and Bonnie A. Brescia, BBK Worldwide is a patient recruitment and e-business solution company for the clinical R&D and product marketing segments of the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. BBK has helped to accelerate time to market for new medicines and treatments by successfully supporting hundreds of clinical studies in more than 60 countries, and in all major therapeutic areas. Staffed by some of the industry's principal thought leaders, BBK continually contributes ideas that advance the clinical development cycle. (http://www.bbkworldwide.com)

About TCN e-Systems, LLC

TCN e-Systems, located in Newton, Mass., is an e-recruitment company focused on streamlining patient enrollment for life-sciences companies through Web-based product suites that are designed to respond to the six enrollment risk areas. Founded in October 2006 by Joan F. Bachenheimer and Bonnie A. Brescia, also founding principals of industry-leading patient recruitment
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