Medical and Biopharma Research

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Author: Michael Scott
Release Date: December 11, 2017

Abstract:

The healthcare systems of many countries work for neither healthcare professionals nor their patients. This research examines how we can fix healthcare by applying a new set of principles—collaboration, openness, and integrity—to medical research and clinical trials.

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