India To Streamline Tiered Trial Approval Process – Will It Lift Sponsor Outlook?
India plans pivotal tweaks to its three-layered review process for clinical trial-related clearances – a move that is expected to pare approval timelines significantly and improve predictability for sponsors who have been generally cautious, over the recent past, about placing studies in the country.
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