Clinical research coordinators (CRCs) often use collection kits as guides, risking protocol deviations due to potential discrepancies between kit contents and the most recent protocol. This issue is crucial with sensitive samples like cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), where collection is more invasive and painful. A recent pediatric study visit exemplified the importance of following the protocol rather than the kit contents. TruLab provided prompt support on the day of the visit to remedy the kit issue and ensured the proper collection of the CSF sample, preventing deviations and further patient distress.


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