UK researchers set up central clinical trials unit
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK Medical Research Council has established a clinical trials unit, which will incorporate existing HIV and cancer trial centres and fund work on trial infrastructures in a number of new disease fields. Staff at the Council's London-based HIV clinical trial centre and its cancer trials office in Cambridge will relocate to become part of the new unit, which is expected to operate from a site at University College, London.
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