Shipping Clinical Trials at Frozen Temperature Ranges

Aug 12, 2022

Over the past few years, shipping clinical trials at frozen, deep frozen and ultra-deep frozen temperatures became more common. More stringent Good Distribution Guidelines (GDP) and beginning trials with less stability data contributed to this change. However, as a trial moves through each phase, temperature needs change, and the increasing number of participants and expanded geography introduce greater logistical challenges.

Learn more about the types of temperature controlled packaging on the market, new challenges associated with clinical trials and the benefits of working with one cold chain partner throughout a clinical trial in a Journal of Clinical Studies article by Ross Gregory, Business Development Manager at Peli BioThermal.

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