International Trial Organizations Address Reporting Of Unforeseen Disruptions
Drawing on lessons learnt from unprecedented interruptions to clinical trials over the past few years due to such things as the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, new advice has been issued on adjustments needed in clinical study reports to document these disruptions.
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