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HungaroTrial CRO

Fehervari u. 89-95.
1119 Budapest
Hungary

Phone: + 36 1 203 2134
Fax: + 36 1 203 3985

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Description:

HungaroTrial is a regional CRO performing clinical operations in the Central & Eastern European Region.
Recently the company is capable to set up and conduct clinical trials in Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Poland and Bosnia.
HungaroTrial offers a comprehensive array of clinical research services for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies.

We provide the following service areas:
Phase I-IV Services
Medical Device Trial Services
CRA Outsourcing

The main advantages of the company are flexibility, responsiveness, ability to keep timelines and cost effectiveness as well as the specialized medical knowledge of our internal medical team (12 MDs on board). These advantages were proven several times in previous projects. The carefully selected and well trained CRA team of HungaroTrial is able to work under demanding pressure and retaining total client project loyalty.

For more information, please, visit our website:
www.hungarotrial.com



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Last update of this entry: June 12, 2013

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