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fferences. In Japan, most patients still arent told when they are diagnosed with cancer (you can imagine the difficulty in running oncology product clinical trials when patient-informed consent is almost non existent).
5. One beneficial impact has been the global harmonization of the review and approval of drugs between the U.S., Europe and Japan, which has resulted in far more acceptance of f......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 08/19/03


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