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e-tools enhance clinical trial performance

In today’s ever-evolving medical business, technological changes require innovation to meet growing market demands and to bring about advances in the industry. One such development currently taking place in the field of clinical research is how e-tools are initiating a boost in the productivity of clinical trials.
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