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Parexel Consulting Corporate VP Alberto Grignolo On Conducting Clinical Trials In China, India And Asia: An Interview With PharmAsia News

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Parexel Consulting Corporate VP Alberto Grignolo recently spoke with PharmAsia News about Asia's evolving clinical trial environment - including the launch of U.S. FDA offices in Asia and the prospect of multinational companies conducting Phase I trials in India. Parexel works with life sciences companies to create clinical development strategies as well as Good Clinical Practices and Good Manufacturing Practices compliance.

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