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Reporting of Results in and High-Impact Journals

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Sea, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. Sea

    Sea Senior Member

    NSW Australia
    Surprise surprise... these people found a high rate of discrepancy between what was recorded about a trial at and what was actually published

    Reporting of Results in and High-Impact Journals

    "The 2007 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Amendments Act expanded requirements for, a public clinical trial registry maintained by the National Library of Medicine, mandating results reporting within 12 months of trial completion for all FDA-regulated medical products. Reporting of mandatory trial registration information on is fairly complete, although there are concerns about its specificity; optional trial registration information is less complete.1- 4 To our knowledge, no studies have examined reporting and accuracy of trial results information. Accordingly, we compared trial information and results reported on with corresponding peer-reviewed publications."
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