Military clinical trials pose unique challenges in subject recruitment

May 2008
Clinical Trials Administrator;May2008, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p56
The article discusses the challenges in military clinical trials subject recruitment. One of the challenges mentioned is the need to obtain a supervisor's approval because military personnel are ready to be deployed anytime. Another challenge is finding military volunteers who have not been exposed to malaria and who will not be deployed during the trial's duration.


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