Article | January 18, 2023

In The CROsshairs: CROs And Clinical Trial Disclosure Compliance

Source: Citeline
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Clinical trial sponsors rely on contract research organizations (CROs) for various functions throughout a study’s lifecycle, including clinical trial planning, trial logistics, site selection, recruitment support, regulatory affairs, clinical monitoring, data management, medical writing, and project management. If you’re a CRO already providing regulatory services, you know that this carries with it perhaps the greatest import and consequence. If you are not already providing these services, it’s worth considering as it affords the CRO a significant level of visibility and trust.

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