The speed of scientific discovery has been outpacing the ability of researchers to accumulate and integrate constantly evolving new insights into systematic literature reviews (SLRs). This gets compounded by obstacles to accessing the newest publications.
For one pharmaceutical company looking to evaluate the potential impact of surrogate endpoints on long-term clinical outcomes in multiple myeloma, an SLR was needed in just two months for the research to support reimbursement submissions. Was it possible?
There are several distinct subpopulations of multiple myeloma that had to be taken into consideration when preparing the SLR. This amounted to 300 relevant published studies that a thorough SLR had to take into account, with an average of 50 abstracts published per month. At that rate, there might have been dozens more published in that two-month window.
To accomplish this goal, our experts used LiveSLR® – a Cytel software that leverages the power and scope of an AI scan combined with the judgement of an industry-leading evidence generation team – and an existing oncology library of up-to-date interventional, RWE, quality of life, and economic studies.
The outcome was an SLR that met established HTA submission standards.
By using LiveSLR, the evidence for the project was available quickly and reflected the most recent scientific findings.
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