Sorry Thoth but i think its 30 days. Type A trials are low risk so CHK1 will be type B or C (first in human and oncology drugs tend to be risky). Also there won't be any healthy volunteers (as there is no chance that healthy people will be given CHK1 or chemotherapy).
So this part is more relevant...
The initial assessment will be completed within 30 days of being submitted. Applications for healthy volunteer trials and sponsor-determined phase I trials in non-oncology patients may qualify for a shortened assessment time (average 14 days). You should state on your covering letter if you think your trial is eligible
For certain Type A trials, the Clinical Trial Notification SchemeLink open in a new window pages of the MHRA web site describe the process and timelines for the CTA application. Once the application is sent to the MHRA, it will be acknowledged with an accompanying note to say that the trial may go ahead after 14 days from receipt of notification if no objections have been raised. The acknowledgement letter will act as the authorisation. For Type B and C trials, the notification scheme is not applicable and each application will be fully assessed by the MHRA. They will provide an initial response within 30 days of receipt of a valid application, with an average of 14 days for Phase 1 healthy volunteer studies. The MHRA CTA PageLink open in a new window lists the documents required for a valid application.
I lost my sister to cancer she had breast cancer she was 56 a lovely beautiful person. So i pray to god that these compounds work not because of the money but it will help because i know what cancer can do to people its a unforgiving disease it kill's any one. I do believe sareum have got compounds that work C.R.T know that to! That's why they are pumping money into this and giving sareum millstone payments to. They would not being doing that on a compound that did't work. This is going to be very big this could be as big as penicillin time will tell. IMOP GLA.
Good morning to all here. I'm sorry to hear that you Guys lost someone close to You with this bad disease. I lost my Grandmother as well with Cancer. I hope this new Guys (drugs and new compounds) can save life's when they are diagnostic with this Terrible Disease. I believe SAR will be one of the new compound that can help people to combat Cancer. The next few days & weeks will be important for us here, may be another good RNS about the other compound and approval by Gov. to start the trial. Let's see Guys, have a nice day all here, off to Uni. Obelix
I'm sorry about you'r father my friend husband ,had lung cancer ,and went for treatment was doing ok after so long the tumor shrank all was looking better.One day he decided to do a barbecue for the wife the neighbours were all impressed with his recoverying .After dinner he started feeling unwell ,went to the bathroom ,by the time the wife went to see he was bleeding ,and died in 5 minuts .They then found out the chemot ,Burned out the aorta vein ,One in a million ,it can happen it happen to him .If anyone could find cure for cancer it would be the best thing will ever happen in the world ,I think
Sorry to hear about your Mother in Law. It was Lung cancer that took my Father. After being here so long we have never been so close in my opinion. I did watch the clip again that Mr Orangeskin posted and Tim does seem confident that our CHK1 has overcome the side effect issues of the earlier generation of inhibitors.GLA
You'r correct there ,my mother in law looked as health as ever ,pancreatic cancer killed her in 6 months .By the time she was diagnosed , she could not even had an operation .And the death is one of slowly and painful ..If they could break through ,we would be millionairs ..And Lung cancer as a surviving rate ,but only IF his found at a very early stage,...But pancreatic ,no chance of survival at all ..
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