Four Fukuoka University Hospitals Establish Network To Promote Clinic Trials
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Four university hospitals in Fukuoka prefecture, Japan establish a network to promote clinic trials business. With a total 4,300 ward beds, the Fukuoka Chikan Network aims to offer pharmaceutical companies seeking clinic trial patients a one-stop service to streamline the process. The prefecture government, who is behind the initiative, hopes the network will attract new business and speed up clinic trails to an average of five years. The government also aims to help grow new drug discovery venture companies for its BioValley project (Click here for more - Japanese language
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