India’s Trial Approval Timelines Report Card – Some Red Lines?
India’s streamlined clinical trial approvals process appears to have made some gains, but top industry experts tell Pink Sheet how the non-standardized approach of Subject Expert Committees is a “major handicap” for applicants.
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