More harm than good? Fed database stirs controversy

December 2008
Clinical Trials Administrator;Dec2008, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p137
The article reports on the controversy over the U.S. federal government's ClinicalTrials.gov research database and the addition of clinical trial (CT) results. Proposed rules about how sponsors and research sites should comply with the requirement to provide greater transparency in clinical research from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) are anticipated. It is noted that the clinical research industry is preparing itself for the next phase of the research database.


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