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Medical writing in the Russian Federation: Promises and pitfalls - Volume 22, Issue

More and more clinical studies are taking place in Russia, making it an attractive market for medical writing. In 2011, the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation approved over 550 new clinical studies of all types, a 16% increase over the…

Best friends forever: A pattern of collaboration between medical writers and biostatisticians within the Russian CRO - Volume 25, Issue

The Russian clinical trial industry and Russia’s local regulatory requirements are developing rapidly. Within Russian contract research organisations, medical writers must take on non-traditional roles and, in particular, must collaborate closely…

Nonclinical studies in the Russian Federation — Problems, regulatory norms, and harmonisation with international standards - Volume 26, Issue

Drug product developers and sponsors face a number of problems when organising a nonclinical study in Russia, especially, the diverse range of standards and few certified animal breeding centres, complicating adaptation of the available experimental…


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