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Paying physicians for conducting clinical trials: motivation or inducement?

Mohan A

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2009.052


Clinical trials contribute to the growth of medical science and the dissemination of medical knowledge. They straddle a wide range of subjects and issues and have been instrumental in helping physicians achieve much of the success that they have achieved in their fight with diseases and disorders. In the conventional consciousness today, they have come to be considered an integral part of drug development for the introduction of new drugs, for the use of drugs in novel indications and for the study of outcomes of treatment.

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