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Current Public Reviews:
- CT Relationships for SDTM v1.4 & SDTMIG v3.2 - Comments due: 15 February 2021
- ADaM OCCDS v1.1 & Conformance Rules - Comments due: 17 February 2021
Crohn's Disease TAUG Work Package 1 - Additional CDASH to SDTM Data Representation - Comments due: 18 February 2021
- SDTM v2.0, SDTMIG v3.4 & Conformance Rules - Comments due: 26 February 2021
- T1D Exercise Fitness and Strength Status Module - Comments due 26 February 2021
- CDASH Model v1.2 & CDASH Implementation Guide v2.2 - Comments due: 22 March 2021
- ADaMIG-Medical Devices & Conformance Rules - Comments due: 2 April 2021
- COVID-19 Therapeutic Area User Guide v1 - Comments due: 2 April 2021
- SENDIG-GeneTox v1 - Comments Due 6 February
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