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Different, But Not Poles Apart: Running Decentralized Clinical Trials In EU & US

Executive Summary

This second segment of a two-part article on a regional comparison of EU and US approaches to decentralized clinical trials highlights the differences between the two regions relating to the more practical aspects of setting up and running such studies.

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