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London-based startup Stitch has raised £2.5 million to build the ultimate platform for retaining patients for clinical trials.

Stich says its Trialmap software improves compliance by helping patients manage their trial journey, while Trialview allows sponsors to measure each patient’s trial experience in real time.

The round was led by Connect Ventures with participation from Form Ventures, Boost Capital and angel investors.

“Patients are critical participants in clinical trials, but their experience is one of miscommunication, frustration and neglect,” said Sitar Teli, managing partner of Connect Ventures.

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“Stitch is creating the first truly patient-centered clinical trial product.

“This allows sponsors to clearly and conveniently communicate the trial protocol; and patients to provide feedback on their experience in real time, improving patient retention and success rates.”

Jonathan Moszynski, co-founder and CEO of Stitch, added: “It’s fantastic to work with such an exceptional partner, Connect Ventures, who shares our vision of a world where every patient in every clinical trial is supported and listened to throughout their journey. »

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