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Building capacity for clinical research in developing countries: the INDOX cancer research network experience

By Raghib Ali, Alexander Finlayson and on behalf of the INDOX Cancer Research Network


Transnational Organisations increasingly prioritise the need to support local research capacity in low and middle income countries in order that local priorities are addressed with due consideration of contextual issues. There remains limited evidence on the best way in which this should be done or the ways in which external agencies can support this process

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