Cadernos Português 18/11/2010

Innovation and Clinical Trials in Brazil

Urgent and deep improvements in Brazil’s public health system have become the population’s major demand. During the election campaign to choose the new government, opinion surveys revealed that concern about medical care, hospital admissions and access to medication is the main anguish of the Brazilian population, greatly out-distancing public safety, ranked second.

As its contribution, Interfarma has sought to stimulate debate in an open, democratic and pluralistic manner. It has held seminars, begun to publish Reports on the fundamental issues of public health and it has participated in every area of initiatives that contribute towards our authorities.

This publication on Clinical Innovation and Research is part of this effort and this vision. It contains data, opinions and arguments about the role Brazil could play in Innovation, the difficulties that hinder it from assuming a more important role and the paths the next government can study related to the subject.

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