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Yet Another Delay For Landmark EU Clinical Trial Rules – Now To 2019

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The go-live date for the coming EU Clinical Trial Regulation and accompanying portal and database is being postponed again. The delay will also impact the EMA’s schedule for training drug sponsors and European authorities in how to use the portal and database.

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