Top Indian CROs Unite On Centralized Biometric Database Covering Trial Volunteers
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryMUMBAI - Leading Indian clinical research organizations have united to create a centralized biometrics database in what is seen as the first ever concerted attempt to avoid duplication of volunteers in various clinical trials within the "wash-out period.
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