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German term or phrase:verfolgen
English translation:keep track of/monitor
Entered by: David Hollywood
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02:20 Nov 1, 2006
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Medical - Medical (general) / clinical trials
German term or phrase: verfolgen
Protocol Amendment 1: August 2006 mit Änderungen verfolgen

I'm not sure how "verfolgen" is used here. Keep track of amendments?
Trudy Peters
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keep track of/monitor
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4 +6keep track of/monitor
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keep track of/monitor

I would say

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agree  Stephen Sadie: or trace is also a viable option
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