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Clinical Trials in Russia Orange Paper: 1st Quarter 2014

In summary, Russia remains a very popular geography for local, regional, and global pharmaceutical companies to conduct clinical trials. Sponsors mention the following reasons for conducting studies in Russia:
1. Fast patient enrollment due to the centralized medical infrastructure.
2. Nearly 100% patient retention
3. GCP trained and certified Investigative Sites generating high quality data
4. Low cost: Average per patient cost is 60% to 70% below US and European prices due to the low cost of Investigators and the high concentration of patients in therapeutically aligned medical centers
Clinical Trials in Russia Orange Paper: 1st Quarter 2014
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