The results are in

December 2006
Marketing Health Services;Winter2006, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p5
Academic Journal
This article reports that a majority of U.S. adults feel that the results of federally funded research should be available online at no cost to doctors and the general public, according to a survey. Of the 2,501 adults surveyed by Harris Interactive, 61% said they strongly agree and 22% somewhat agree that because research is paid for by tax dollars, the results should be freely available.


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