Australian government unveils $9.9 million plan to reform drug clinical trials system
This article was originally published in SRA
The Australian government says it plans to spend Aus$9.9 million ($10.09 million) over the next five years to expedite clinical trial reforms in the pharmaceutical sector1. The initiative forms part of the government's Aus$1 billion investment plan "to keep Australian jobs safe"2.
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