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3rd Annual Clinical Operations in Oncology Trials USA

15 Jul 2014 - 16 Jul 2014 - Boston, MA, USA

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This highly anticipated event promises to be an engaging and memorable conference. Building on the tremendous success of previous years, this exclusively tailored event will focus on real practical examples for improved clinical operation excellence, assess market challenges and explore new areas of innovation. Central to this year’s conference, we will be focusing on: enhancing patient recruitment and retention, supporting the development of strategic partnerships, improved operational strategies e.g. adaptive trials, global site selection, feasibility assessment, alongside delving into key regulatory and review board guidelines 

Book your place today by quoting reference code: MK-SR-AD


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