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Drug Experimentation in Healthy Volunteers

By Giovanni Gori, Giuseppe Pasqualetti, Catia Castiglioni, Corrado Blandizzi and Mario Del Tacca

Submitted: February 23rd 2011Reviewed: August 2nd 2011Published: December 7th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/27919

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Giovanni Gori, Giuseppe Pasqualetti, Catia Castiglioni, Corrado Blandizzi and Mario Del Tacca (December 7th 2011). Drug Experimentation in Healthy Volunteers, Drug Development - A Case Study Based Insight into Modern Strategies, Chris Rundfeldt, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/27919. Available from:

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