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Medical Journals Want More Transparent Research Data
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Medical Journals Want More Transparent Research Data

Medical Journals Want More Transparent Research Data

Medical Journals Want More Transparent Research Data
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A consortium of leading medical journals wants to prevent publication of clinical trial results that overemphasize positive data. The consortium announced they will no longer publish papers containing data from clinical trials that haven't been registered in a central database.

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Dr. Catherine DeAngelis, editor-in-chief, Journal of the American Medical Association

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