Roche agrees to release clinical trial studies

02/27/2013 | Reuters

Swiss pharmaceutical firm Roche has agreed to establish a procedure for releasing data from its clinical trials, including its highly successful flu medicine, Tamiflu. The company will use a process that enables access to trial data without compromising patient confidentiality or publishing misleading results, according to pharmaceuticals unit head Daniel O'Day. Earlier, British-owned GlaxoSmithKline agreed to publish its own clinical study reports and trial results.

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