Its subsidiary Verily joins Sanofi, Novartis and Pfizer to accelerate clinical research.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, continues to weave its web in health. His subsidiary Verily, specializing in life sciences, has just formed alliances with four major pharmaceutical companies, Novartis, Otsuka, Pfizer and Sanofi, to "transform clinical research". This ambitious goal reflects the growing interest of Gafa in health, as well as the inevitable convergence between technology giants and Big Pharma.
In concrete terms, these laboratories will be able to use Verily's digital technologies and ecosystem to select patients in clinical trials, take advantage of the resulting data and create real-life data (treatment tolerance, patient sleep quality, and t etc). . These four major Pharmas, who will have an innovative role, will eventually be able to register other laboratories and biotechnology. "Recruiting patients for trials is an obstacle course and is very expensive," said Lionel Bascles, head of … t