ICH works on harmonizing data acceptance from multi-regional drug trials
This article was originally published in SRA
The International Conference on Harmonisation is working on establishing general principles on how sponsors can plan and design multi-regional clinical trials so as to facilitate the acceptance of data from such studies by multiple regulatory agencies1,2.
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