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I meant to tell you that Capsugel have a range of shells suitable for your need.
>We are conducting a clinical study using a combination of drug A and drug B
>or placebo in tablet formulations. We wish to blind this study by placing
>these tablets in a container for oral administration.
>The historical device 'cachet' has been suggested. A cachet ranges in size
>from 3/4 to 1/8 inch in diameter and consists of two concave pieces of wafer
>made of flour and water. They are sealed by moistening the margins and
>pressing pressing firmly together. Are these available? We need
>approximately 11,000 of them.
>Please share any experience regarding blinding techniques.
>Thank-you for your assistance.
>Derek A. Ganes, Ph.D.
>Biovail Corporation International
>Contract Research Division
>460 Comstock Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M1L 4S4
>(416) 752-3636 Ext. 253, (416) 752-7610 (FAX)
>from: "Derek A. Ganes"
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