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India Tweaks More Trial Rules But Can It Change The Narrative?

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India has tweaked another set of trial rules including one that capped the number of trials per investigator as it seeks to clear the logjam of regulatory requirements that has been stifling the clinical research segment in the country. Much though could depend on actual implementation and it remains to be seen if such measures can alter the course of sector.

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