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FDA Urges Centralized Clinical Trial Monitoring Over Frequent On-Site Visits - Guidance

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Recent Duke University survey found that firms predominately conduct frequent visits to each clinical investigator site but "the rationale behind any specific monitoring approach does not appear to be evidence-based."

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