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Clinical Trial Logistics in Africa: Ensuring Quality, Compliance and Control within the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

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WORLD COURIER is the market leader in the handling, transport, storage and distribution of temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products and biological specimens in Africa and worldwide. It offers a fully-integrated GxP-compliant pharmaceutical supply chain system, strong knowledge of the local regulatory environment, well-trained staff and expert access to key African nations.


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