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Clinical Trial Sponsors Should Consider Changing Data Collection Amid COVID-19, US FDA Says

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Quarantines, travel restrictions and supply chain interruptions are likely to cause 'unavoidable protocol deviations' in ongoing clinical trials, FDA says in new guidance that encourages sponsors to consider whether alternative means for conducting safety assessments and collecting efficacy data should be implemented in light of the disruptions caused by the coronavirus.

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