From the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, we have already tested approx. 2,500 patients as part of various research projects.

Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic at the BRG facility, we are still active and with ongoing projects. We maintain constant contact with our patients who are open to participation in new research. In order to maintain appropriate prophylaxis and safety of the conducted projects we perform according to the highest standards, using instructions and procedures of the Ministry of Health, Sanitary-epidemiological station, WHO (World Health Organization) and EMA (European Medicines Agency).

We have already tested approximately 2,500 patients as part of various research projects. The safety of patients is supervised by qualified nurses, laboratory technicians, pharmacists and coordinators as well as recognized medical experts with many years of experience and knowledge. This confirm that our site is effective and efficient and able to provide rapid study start-up for trials research of various therapies even in challenging environment.

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Medical Guide Where to Treat 2022

On 29th of April, a special thematic supplement was published in the Polska The Times and Miasto.pl newspaper - Medical Guide Where to Treat 2022...

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BRG Support for Ukraine

We are deeply moved and concerned by the events in Ukraine. As a clinical site, focused on the development of medicine and helping other people,...

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Completion of a single-center phase I study of the safety and pharmacokinetics of CPL207280

We have just completed a phase I study of safety and pharmacokinetics (part B) of an innovative therapy that could be used...

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GcLP quality certificate for laboratory procedures

The BRG Clinical Site received the GcLP quality certificate for laboratory procedures and is in the process of obtaining GMP certification for pharmaceutical procedures.

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