CR sites can survive & thrive despite poor economic conditions

August 2011
Clinical Trials Administrator;Aug2011, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p85
The article discusses on clinical research (CR) industry which has hit an economic low point and academic research institutions are suffering from losing interest income from investments and even industry-sponsored trials are harder to come. It also mentions that these factors has made it very challenging for CR sites to maintain projects and staffing and so they should examine their potential to automate more functions.


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