A rise in bureaucracy and increased liability for clinical trial sponsors have impacted the popularity of India as a location for pharmaceutical companies’ clinical studies. Trialtrove’s Deborah Jeanfavre examines the data, which show a continuing decrease in new industry-sponsored trials starting in India over the past five years.
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