Tuesday, August 31, 2010

New Report Clinical Trials Market in Brazil, Russia, India, India (BRIC) (2010 - 2015) Published By MarketsandMarkets


Clinical trials market is evidencing a significant growth in emerging economies. India, especially is illustrating significant growth rate due to its large patient base with diverse gene pool that allows the Pharma companies and CROs to conduct clinical trials in more effective method. The average cost savings in conducting clinical trials in BRIC economies extends from 20% to 60%. However, increased interaction and review of ethical committees and training would provide cohesive environment that can further boost the market for clinical trials in developing economies.
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