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Get involved in c4c!

We encourage patients and their families to get involved in c4c activities. The active participation of children, young people and their carers is one of the key objectives of the project. Some good examples of activities in which patients will be involved include protocol revision and meetings to discuss paediatric unmet needs. If you wish…

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c4c Consortium selects inaugural Research Portfolio

We are delighted to announce the selection of the c4c consortium’s first portfolio of pan-European paediatric studies aimed at advancing the understanding of high priority medicines commonly used in babies, children and young people in Europe. The four inaugural studies will be conducted by academic institutions, in addition to three or four studies by industry…

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Call for tender – Business school

The c4c consortium has issued a call for tender for subcontracting a specialised business school or company that can assist in the development of a sustainable business model for a pan-European paediatric clinical trials network. An important element of c4c is the push for a well-functioning business model and long-term sustainability, making sure that the network will continue to assume its pivotal…

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Call for clinical and methodology expert members

We are now seeking experts interested to be part of Clinical or Methodology Expert Groups and who want to contribute at providing advice. One task of the c4c consortium is to deliver the scientific feasibility advice needed to improve child health and paediatric medicine development. Groups of experts (methodological, clinical, and parents/patients) will be set up to provide…

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Rare Disease Day – 28th February 2019

The countdown has begun to Rare Disease Day 2019 on 28th February. People around the world are joining the global movement for rare diseases by taking part in the #ShowYourRare campaign, holding events and raising awareness. There are over 6,000 rare diseases. The European Union considers a disease as rare when it affects less than 1 in 2,000…

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