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India Adopts Long Waited Medical Device Guidelines

India Adopts Long Waited Medical Device Guidelines

One of the leading emerging Pharmaceutical markets, India has completed its long anticipated medical device guidelines. The guidelines are set to ease regulation of medical device manufacturing and development by freeing the sector from rules developed for the pharmaceutical industry.

So far, a lack of fully committed regulations addressing the greater part of medical devices left the industry operating under regulation designed…

Indian pharma industry expected to emerge amongst the Top 5 by 2020

Indian pharma industry expected to emerge amongst the Top 5 by 2020

INDIA: A study conducted by Ikon Marketing Consultants revealed that by 2020, India is expected to surface amongst the Top 5 global markets for pharmaceutical products thanks to increased consumer spending on drugs and enormous domestic demand. Founder and Principal Consultant of Ikon Marketing Consultants (IMC) Azaz Motiwala described the present decade to be a healthy one for the pharma industry…

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Illiterate persons not to be used for clinical trials

Illiterate persons not to be used for clinical trials

HYDERABAD, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA: Five of the state’s 12 registered CROs have come together to create a forum called the “AP CRO” after being staggered in a pool of allegations of luring poor and illiterate people as guinea pigs for clinical trials. The forum comprising the 5 CROs claims that it will now document the consent process of recruiting…

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Oncology clinical trials in India

Oncology clinical trials in India

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Cancer is a challenging field of research in which the big Pharma and the global governments spend billions of dollars to conduct research programs, focussing on finding a cure for this deadly disease. Oncology research is no wonder one of the largest therapeutic area in terms of clinical trial activity. Reputed national and international journals have already declared India as…

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