Asia Playing A More Important Role In Global Clinical Trials: World Pharma Trials Asia
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SHANGHAI - With big pharmaceutical firms increasing their focus on emerging markets, more and more trials are now being conducted across Asia, including China, India, Turkey and South Korea, speakers at World Pharma Trials Asia 2010 said Sept. 14 in Shanghai
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