Today's CR challenges bring past trends to critical juncture

June 2008
Clinical Trials Administrator;Jun2008, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p68
The article focuses on the developments and challenges in the clinical research industry as of June 2008. Research sites face litigation risks with the growth of entrepreneurial trial lawyers. Increased regulatory responsibilities for clinical trial sites are said to cause negative public perception to clinical research. Implementation of protocols require more procedures which gives sites added burden, as stated.


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