India Clinical Trials Scenario: Leaders From Novartis, IQVIA, PwC Signal Winds Of Change
Leaders from Novartis, IQVIA and PwC discuss the ground situation for trials in India as regulatory reforms, improved infrastructure and clinical expertise provide opportunities. Potential in areas like orphan diseases and tips for peer Amgen on getting trials going in India were among other highlights.
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