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August 18, 2022

How market research has contributed to understanding treatments for Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma

Read our new case study to discover how market research helped a client understand how to bring a new cancer treatment into the market

This case study is focused on Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma (CTCL), a rare type of cancer that begins in white blood cells called T cells (T lymphocytes) and affects the body’s immune system and the skin.

The study was conducted with a clinical-stage biotechnology company that focuses on the development of therapeutic antibodies for improvement in cancer treatment. The aim was to understand the data that clinical trials need to demonstrate in order to bring the treatment into the market. The research was carried out across the USA and five key European Markets.

Research into rare diseases such as CTCL can prove challenging. Below you can learn how our global team of experts helped design, recruit and interview M3 Global Research panellists to deliver a successful result.  

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