Okinawa Prefecture Promotes Clinic Trial Business
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
To promote clinic trials business and encourage pharmaceutical research and development in Okinawa Prefecture, the local government will set up a network to connect patients, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies. The core members include the Japan Medical Association Okinawa branch and Ryukyu University Hospital. Okinawa government will match pharmaceutical companies conducting clinic trials with local patients and support drug makers setting up facilities and investing in research. After a series of preparations, actual clinic trails are estimated to start beginning in 2009. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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