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    Julia_Sardaryan

    Here is an entertaining analysis of a sharp report about patient abuse in Russia:
    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/myths-misconceptions-clinical-trials-russia-julia-sardaryan/

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    Sarah Hand, M.Sc.

    Interesting article, Julia. How do you think current tensions between the US and Russia have impacted the ability of American pharma companies to sponsor trials there?

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    Julia_Sardaryan

    Hi, Sarah. At this point, pharmaceutical industry professionals are very sober about evaluation of research perspectives and distinguishing between politics and science, which is very encouraging. We are conducting sociological surveys among western professionals, which includes this question, here is an example: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-do-clinical-trials-pharmaceutical-industry-think-julia-sardaryan/ .

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    Sarah Hand, M.Sc.

    That’s definitely encouraging to hear. You have some very interesting insights. Thanks for sharing your article!

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    Timothy Lee

    I found it interesting that the trustworthiness of Ukraine scored higher than Russia. Perhaps that correlates with their formative steps toward joining the European Union. Considering Russia’s involvement in EU-Ukraine relations, it’ll be interesting to see how this affects attitudes toward Ukraine in the future.

    Great article overall!

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    Julia_Sardaryan

    Timothy, thanks! This fact also attracted our attention. Ukraine has indeed improved its trustworthiness in the Western Hemisphere, but there are also direct advantages of the country. For example, Ukraine has shorter approval timelines, which is very important. Many companies prefer to conduct their trials simultaneously in two countries, so they enjoy benefits of both Russia and Ukraine.

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