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“Bringing in learnings from the Nocturnal Scratch project was incredibly helpful to define our pilots and inform clinical strategy.” — Monideepa Chand, Dermatology Early Patient Value Mission, UCB


“The V3 framework was invaluable in helping UCB and our partners navigate the complexity of building a robust corpus of clinical evidence underpinning the core features and functionality planned for our upcoming smartphone based application.”
— Emily Kunka, Global Digital Transformations Lead, UCB


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