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Solving The Trial Safety Information Puzzle: Regulators And Industry Pitch In

Executive Summary

The UK regulatory agency, the MHRA, has identified a range of problems in the way that companies manage clinical trial reference safety information, although views as to what needs to be done to address these issues differ between the regulators and the regulated.

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