Government initiates inquiry into alleged illegal clinical trials at GMCH

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Panaji: Goa government on Tuesday initiated inquiry into the alleged illegal clinical trials conducted in the state-run Goa Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) by flouting the norms, as reported by a section of media.

English Daily Herald had claimed that illegal clinical trials were being conducted in state-run GMCH.

GMCH Dean Dr Shivanand Bandekar in an order issued on Tuesday has sought details from is predecessor Dr Pradip Naik and three other doctors on financial deals of Research Projects or Clinical Trials or any such projects or conferences or training and all NGOs undertaken or attended or managed by you in capacity till date, as disclosure of financial implications are mandatory.

“You are also directed to submit forthwith the names of each of the funding agencies, companies for each of your research projects, clinical trials or any project and conferences, training,if any,” the order reads.

They have been asked to submit the details by 5 p.m on August 08, 2019.

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