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eClinical Intelligence

26 Feb 2013 - 28 Feb 2013 - San Francisco



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eClinical Intelligence 26-28th February, San Francisco, has been specifically designed by over 100 clinical trial decision makers from the drug industry. They designed a case study focused agenda that will present the most pioneering initiatives in pharma. The result is a meeting that will allow you to take home tangible, transferrable information that will enable faster, smarter clinical decisions. Decisions that will improve patient safety and product efficacy while enabling you to get drugs into the market quicker. Attend and rapidly improve the way you capture, manage and share data. Learn how you can maximize the knowledge gained from clinical data to improve clinical trial outcomes. Discover innovation that will allow you to stay ahead of your competitors in this changing space.




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