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Clinical trial concern

28th November 2012

The latest Access to Medicine Index report has said that few drug companies have robust measures to ensure outsourced clinical trials in developing countries are safe and ethical.

The document reported that most companies were unable to provide any evidence of exerting real influence over the way the trials were conducted by contractors, though it did praise drug manufacturers for making more effort to provide affordable medicines. Published every two years and ranking the world’s 20 biggest drug companies, it showed GlaxoSmithKline remaining at the top of the index, followed by Johnson & Johnson and Sanofi.


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Article Information

Title: Clinical trial concern
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23259
Date Added: 28th Nov 2012


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