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The RED-C Studies were two clinical trials evaluating an investigational drug given twice daily, to see if it would help delay the first episode of overt hepatic encephalopathy requiring hospitalization in patients with liver cirrhosis. Bausch Health and PRA Health Sciences goal was to accelerate recruitment for this program using a suite of patient recruitment materials developed by the Stark / Raving Health team. Our approach focused on establishing a unique study brand identity combined with recruitment and educational materials that engaged and empowered patients to consider participation.

Red-C Clinical Trials Patient Recruitment
Bladder cancer clinical study materials binder
SunRISe Clinical Trials
Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer
Non-small Cell lung Cancer Clinical Study brochure Thumbnail
SGNS40-002 Clinical Trial
Melanoma and Non-small Cell Lung Cancer
Services for patient recruitment head and neck cancer clinical study
Nanoray-312 Clinical Trial
Locally Advanced Head and Neck Cancer
Health outreach company guidebook design
Affordable Insulin Project
Insulin Dependent Diabetes
IUD clinical trial marketing materials
LevoCept Clinical Trial
Reversible Intrauterine System
Patient recruitment Crohn's disease clinical study
Yellowstone Clinical Trials
Crohn’s Disease
Patient recruitment Large b-cell lymphoma clinical study
Zuma-12 Clinical Trial
Large B-Cell Lymphoma
Patient recruitment her2+ gastroesophageal cancer clinical study
Mountaineer Clinical Trial
HER2+ Gastroesophageal Cancer
Patient recruitment vasomotor symptoms clinical study
Skylight Clinical Studies
Vasomotor Symptoms
Patient recruitment phenylketonuria clinical study
Phearless Clinical Study
Phenylketonuria (PKU)
Patient recruitment ulcerative colitis clinical study poster
UC Clinical Trial
Ulcerative Colitis
Patient recruitment covid-19 clinical study poster branding and content development

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