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ICH To Fix Inconsistencies With RCTs, Address Use Of Alternate Designs And Data Sources

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The International Council for Harmonisation has proposed major changes to its good clinical practice requirements in a bid to allay concerns about the problems they pose in conducting well-designed randomized trials. The revised GCP framework would also address the increasing diversity of clinical trial designs and data sources.

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