Five (Non-COVID) Clinical Trial Misses Of 2021
The coronavirus pandemic may have dominated the news in 2021, but industry’s more bread and butter R&D activities continued. Here, Scrip takes a look at five of the more notable clinical trial misses of the year that got readers clicking.
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