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Taiwan Trials 2013

26 Feb 2013 - 27 Feb 2013 - Taipei, Taiwan



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Facilitates partnership for regional and global cost-effective clinical development in Taiwan

Taiwan Trials 2013 will give you the unique opportunity to position your business in front of decision makers from Taiwan’s and the region’s most progressive companies involved in pharmaceutical, biotech, clinical management, clinical data management, clinical supply and many more!

Taiwan Trials 2013 will be the ONLY focused clinical trial platform in Taiwan. It will bring together pharma, biotechs, CROs, regulators and hospitals as well as technology and solution providers from Taiwan and the rest of the world to assess and explore the opportunities and potentials of offshoring and outsourcing clinical trials in Taiwan, as well as to foster regional and global partnerships for cost-effective clinical development.




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