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Negative Perceptions of Clinical Trials In India Persist – Clinical Trials Panel

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SAN FRANCISCO - Companies looking to initiate clinical trials in India must tread lightly when navigating ethics committees, according to panelists at a recent conference on various aspects of entering clinical trials in Asia

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