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FDA Emphasizes Clinical Trial Flexibility During Coronavirus Pandemic

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FDA guidance updated in mid-April offered workarounds for trial sponsors attempting to conduct clinical studies in a time of travel limitations, staffing changes and heightened patient safety issues. For trials involving complex products and administration, such as cell and gene therapies, sponsors must determine whether modified protocols can still maintain trial integrity. If not, it may be time to press pause.

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