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ALLEGRO Study

Challenge:

Develop a customized patient retention program that could be implemented swiftly to support sites in retaining patients over frequent study visits.

Solution:

The program was developed with site and country lead input to ensure materials met the cultural requirements and retention challenges of each of the 13 countries involved in the study.

Result:

Overall retention rates remain strong as sites utilize this flexible, culturally-adapted retention program.

 

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