Updated on 2 February 2016
Daiichi Sankyo Co Ltd has decided to share clinical trial data to qualified researchers through the clinicalstudydatarequest.com system. Beginning today, qualified researchers may submit research proposals to ‘clinicalstudydatarequest.com' requesting data from Daiichi Sankyo-sponsored trials for approved medicines in the EU and US.
Daiichi Sankyo will provide data for approved medicines and indications from January 1, 2014 onward. Access is mediated by an independent review panel.
"Sharing clinical data from trials sponsored by Daiichi Sankyo with qualified researchers helps foster additional scientific insights and provides a mechanism for further understanding of our medicines, which ultimately is a benefit to patient healthcare," says Mahmoud Ghazzi, Global Head of Development for Daiichi Sankyo.
Explaining in detail Ghazzi said that once a qualified request is approved by the independent panel, and deemed clear of restrictions, Daiichi Sankyo will anonymize the information to protect patient privacy, and will make requested analyses available in a secure electronic environment. Daiichi Sankyo will ensure all applicable laws and regulations are adhered to throughout this process.
Daiichi Sankyo registers clinical trials and discloses clinical trial results according to all local and regional laws and requirements.