What's Keeping Korea From Adopting Decentralized Clinical Trials?
Digital, Medical Literacy, Hybrid Approaches Highlighted
The current status of decentralized clinical trials in Korea and the country’s efforts to boost activity in this area were discussed at the recent Bio Korea meeting, with cultural and medical practices, along with technological and medical literacy, among the areas seen as affecting broader adoption of the various elements of the approach.
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