India notifies tweaked trial compensation rules
This article was originally published in Scrip
India has notified a slew of much awaited modifications in its clinical trial compensation regulations including clarifications concerning injury or death due to an investigational product not having its intended therapeutic effect and on the requirement of free medical management for trial-related injury.
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