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Welcome to the Lilly TrialGuide Blog!

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Welcome to the new Lilly TrialGuide blog! Here, we will share ideas, experiences and knowledge about clinical trials from the perspectives of all involved in research--from patients and caregivers to research site staff, from health care innovators to Lilly employees.

Lilly TrialGuide is our new home for Lilly Trials blogs, and we will no longer post on LillyPad. For those of you who have read our blogs in the past, you can expect to see familiar authors (like me) and meet new folks from Lilly and the broader clinical research community. We will be publishing our favorite posts here from the archives, as we continue to share new articles exploring important topics and personal experiences related to research.

Be sure to connect with us on Twitter to share your thoughts and ask questions about our content. Also, follow our Twitter feed to learn when new blog posts and features are released. We love hearing from you!

We're excited to have you join us here on Lilly TrialGuide and hope you enjoy exploring our blog articles as much as we enjoy creating them for you.

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Recent Articles

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Clinical Trial History: Being Transparent in Research

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Leigh Anne Naas
October 16th, 20192 minute read

In the long-evolving process of clinical research, the most recent focus is transparency. Explore more in this infographic.

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Following Your Dreams with IBD: Tips from the Experts

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Susan Gilchrist
September 16th, 20194 minute read

Read tips from a patient and caregiver expert for how to achieve your dreams while managing a chronic disease like IBD.

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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.

Clinical Trial Design Across the Ages

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.