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Patients to be told about clinical trials
By Nicholas Timmins, Public Policy Editor
Published: June 24 2008 03:05 | Last updated: June 24 2008 03:05
Patients are to be given the right to be told about clinical trials in a move aimed at making the National Health Service a more attractive place for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to do research.
The aim is also to improve patients’ access to innovative drugs ...
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