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Scrip Asia 100 - Taiwanese studies on the up

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The growing number of CROs looking to operate and undertake clinical trials in Taiwan is hardly surprising. The quality of trials is equivalent to those carried out in more established nations in this field, including those of Western Europe, the US and Japan. Furthermore, Taiwan adheres closely to ICH-GCP guidelines, which were introduced by the Department of Health (DoH) in 1997 and revised in 2002. The pitfall for CROs is that, as befits a well-educated population, it appears that patients undergoing clinical trials in Taiwan are not as naive as in other countries in which such studies are more at a development stage.

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