India amps up clinical trial consent regulations

India is on its way to requiring clinical trial participants to state their consent to a video camera before undergoing treatment, Times of India reports, a move aimed to reduce the number of patients deluded into studies with false information. The country's Drug Technical Advisory Board has given its blessing to the measure, and the country is expected to enact the proposal, according to the newspaper. Report

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