Doctors are starting fewer independent trials – and that is bad for everyone

In 2018 there were far fewer clinical trials that were started independently of the pharmaceutical industry. This worries the Organization of Danish Medical Societies and Trial Nation.

Consultant and boardmember for the Organization of Danish Medical Societies Anders Perner is calling for more funding for independent clinical trials in Denmark. Photo: Linda Kastrup / Ritzau Scanpix

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