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Decentralized Clinical Trials: Quantifying Costs, Benefits Could Drive Adoption, Reduce Disruption

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Routine inclusion of approaches such as local assessments and remote monitoring could reduce patient burden and avoid protocol deviations, but industry needs to see a return on investment, in the form of easier recruitment, better diversity and/or faster studies, experts said.

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