Positive Response to Registering Clinical Trials Seen (India)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
India's medical research community has embraced the public registration of clinical trials, reports the latest issue of the British Medical Journal, and public registration today is the norm in India's clinical trial industry. Two years ago the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) declared that only registered clinical trials would be considered as a reputable basis of published scientific articles. In response, registered worldwide clinical trials with the main U.S. database rose from 13,153 in 2005 to around 40,000 today. India-based researchers today have 467 clinical trials registered with the U.S. clinical trial registry. India's Council of Medical Research (ICMR) is working to create an India-specific national clinical trial registry. ICMR official Dr. Vasantha Muthuswamy says, "We are almost ready to launch the registry. It is undergoing a trial run." (Click here for more
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