A Comperative Study on Health Sector in South Asia and Middle East Countries (Clinical Trial Studies)
Pharmaceutical industries found suitable option in conducting clinical trial in south Asia and Middle East countries due less cost compare to western countries, pool of patient, and supported by highly infrastructural hospital, well trained staffs, liberalized policy of the concerned government. (E.g. in India), however once the products were succeeded, it denied access to the common man in affordable rate. the studies conducted on 463 participant from the region of middle east and from south Asian countries This studies revealed that there is a positive and highly correlation on fraudulent activities in clinical trial due to lack of ethical obligation and professional standards and on by scarcity of state and local law, shortage of tracking facility which encouraged this nefarious situation, even for the lawsuits, victim worried to comes forward.
Keywords: Clinical Trial, Quality of Life, Middle East and south Asian countries
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