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Clinical Trials: US FDA Should Frame Risk-Based Monitoring As Best Practice, ACRO Says

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Recent Q&A draft guidance is aimed at assisting sponsors in planning and conducting risk-based approaches to monitoring, but ACRO’s Doug Peddicord says agency needs to take a more straightforward, proactive approach to encouraging the move away from 100% source data verification.

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