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Innovation

A Dose of Inspiration

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Do you ever search for inspiration to motivate you on the path to achieving your goals? When it comes to clinical research and developing new medicines, we often face obstacles and setbacks that at first can seem discouraging. Yet at the end of the day, we know we must keep striving to advance medicine in partnership with people and organizations across the research community (think: patients and caregivers, researchers, academia and everything in between). All we have to do is look at the history of medicine, and Lilly's caring and discovery milestones, to remind ourselves of how far we've come together and envision where we still need to go in developing new medicines. 

So if you're looking for a dose of inspiration to continue your work in clinical research—no matter what role it is you play—check out the resources below from our own Joe Kim. You may even recognize his special guests who joined him on the podcast!

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Recent Articles

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Chalking Up Components of Clinical Research

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Leigh Anne Naas
August 19th, 20192 minute read

In clinical research, who needs to know what, and when and how do they get that information? Check out our overview.

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Melissa's Hope

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August 5th, 20194 minute read

In part two of this two-part guest blog series, Brendan shares the experience he and his wife Melissa had as clinical trial participants.

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Clinical Trial History: Clinical Trial Design Across the Ages

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Leigh Anne Naas
August 2nd, 20192 minute read

Clinical trials have evolved over the millennia to be more complex and more specific in the goals and outcomes they measure.

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Clinical Trial History: Human Protections Through the Years and Across the Globe

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Leigh Anne Naas
August 1st, 20193 minute read

Clinical research, by its very nature, is continually evolving through the scientific process and sometimes through human behavior.

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Love, Diagnosis and Second Opinions

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June 29th, 20194 minute read

In part one of this two-part guest blog series, Brendan shares the love story of him and wife, and how unexpected symptoms resulted in a cancer diagnosis.