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Asia Pacific Key To Speeding Up Global Drug Development, Says Quintiles VP Anand Tharmaratnam (Part 1 Of 2)

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Globalization of clinical trials is perhaps Asia's main role in advancing the pharmaceutical industry, says Quintiles Asia Pacific Head of Clinical Development Anand Tharmaratnam, who discussed innovation in Asia Pacific with PharmAsia News' Australia Bureau. Key to that innovation is a lack of legacy informationin that the past is not holding the industry back, and virtual opportunitiesand private/public cooperative partnerships offer ripe benefits.

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