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Factors influencing clinical trial site selection in Europe: the Survey of Attitudes towards Trial sites in Europe (the SAT-EU Study)
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    Re:Leem Surveys on Attractiveness of France for International Clinical Trials

    Dear Dr Silbenair,

    Thank you very much for your interest in our paper, and for the interesting comments. I'd appreciate learning more about the situation of clinical trials in France. Please, email your reply to me at giuseppe.ambrosio@ospedale.perugia.it

    Thank you

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    Leem Surveys on Attractiveness of France for International Clinical Trials

    Thank you for this work which is very helpful for clinical trials site selection. We would like to inform about a work done in France on Clinical Research Attractiveness since 2002, and published early 2013 in Therapie Journal (Therapie 2013 Janvier-Fevrier;68 (1):1-18). A new Survey is on-going and the results will be available at the end of 2014 and then published. The abstract of the last publication is: Since 2002, th...

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