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      India has global advantage in clinical trials says expert

      Posted AtNewKerala.com

      Hyderabad: India with over one billion people and a progressive regulatory regime and guidelines, has a distinct advantage in the field of clinical trials, according to an international expert.

      While infectious diseases still dominated the sick population in the country, there was an increasing percentage of sick people infected with illnesses of interest to developed nations such as cancer, diabetes, cardio-vascular, epilepsy, alzheimer's and other life style diseases of interest to developed countries, observed Dr Falguni Sen of Fordham University, New York,taking part in a workshop organised by the Administrative Staff College of India on building and managing clinical trial capacity in India: challenges in ethics, equity and efficiency.

      He said India was being viewed by a number of global companies as the place of choice for conduct of clinical trials, as patients were multiracial and multiethnic, providing the huge genetic variety which was critical for testing new generation drugs.

      He said India with 14,000 hospitals with over seven lakh beds, over half a million practicing doctors with over 200 accredited colleages graduating over 17,000 doctors each year had fuelled the demand for trials.

      October 21, 2005


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