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Nestlé begins mHealth trial

Launches trials in healthly ageing research programme
Nestlé Health Science

Nestlé has launched a two-year clinical trial in China to evaluate the impact of nutrition and physical activity on mobility in healthy ageing adults with joint discomfort.

The firm has joined with Medidata for the study, which combines cloud technology and mobile health solutions.

The research programme would go “beyond traditional clinical trials”, Medidata said.

Nestlé's head of clinical operations Stephane Collet added: “We are collecting more data from study participants than ever before and achieving more insight into the impact our nutritional products can have on improving people's quality of life.”

12th April 2016

From: Research

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