Category: RCA Trials

RCA January 2021 Newsletter

Research Centers of America Expedite Broad Study on Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine

Powerful data on safety and efficacy published in New England Journal of Medicine

Research Centers of America (“RCA”), a CenExel Center of Excellence, joined nearly 100 other clinical research facilities across the United States to test the safety and efficacy of Moderna’s mRNA-1273 vaccine against COVID-19. The published results in The New England Journal of Medicine showcased that the trial enrolled 30,420 volunteers and found an overall vaccine efficacy rate of 94.1%. Although moderate, short-lived reactogenicity occurred more often in the mRNA-1273 group, these reactions are typical for vaccinations. [...]

Understanding the Clinical Trial Journey at RCA

You’ve heard of clinical trials before, and maybe you’ve even seen billboards and other advertisements asking for volunteers – but what exactly is a clinical trial? Why do we need them? How do they work?

In this post, we’re going to do our best to answer all of those questions for you from the viewpoint of a company with an incredibly experienced team of professionals who have been conducted over 1,000 clinical trials combined. In other words, they know their stuff.

Let’s dive in.

How an RCA Clinical Trial Is Born

Medical research never stops. Scientists are constantly looking for [...]