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Foreign drug firms deny wrongdoing as Indian ministry points to trials 'deficiencies'

This article was originally published in SRA

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In an ongoing legal case concerning clinical trials in India, the health ministry told the court ofpast lapses committed by foreign companies, including Pfizer, Sanofi and the contract services Quintiles, in studies conducted at the Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre. The firms involved have strongly denied any wrongdoing.

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