Despite legal reporting requirements, the vast majority of results from clinical trials are not reported on ClinicalTrials.gov within a year of their ending, according to a new study from the New England Journal of Medicine.
The European CRO (contract research organization) Federation is calling on the EMA (European Medicines Agency) to not allow for the “unrestricted publication of inspection reports” as only “findings that are of relevance to the public should be made publicly...
Making clinical trials more open has pros and cons for CROs and drugmakers according to experts from Amgen, Celgene, AstraZeneca, Icon and Lab Corp who spoke at an industry conference in Spain last week.
EMA tells us it looks forward to continuing close relationship with DG SANCO
Shifting EMA oversight to DG Enterprise and Industry will put patients at greater risk of adverse events according to NGO Health Action International, which suspects EFPIA “had a hand” in planned European Commission reshuffle.