IQVIA Could Be CRO Bellwether As Tech Offering Outperforms Expectations
IQVIA has impressed industry observers with its Q4 results, which show the potential of the freshly merged company, especially in its technology division. With biotech money and strategic outsourcing as prevalent as it has been in recent memory, could the rest of the CRO industry follow suit?
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