U.K. cancer officials criticize secrecy of some cancer trials data

09/7/2004 | Reuters

Officials of Cancer Research UK complained that data from about one-fourth of large-scale cancer clinical trials are never disclosed, putting doctors, patients and other researchers at a disadvantage. The officials blamed industry secrecy along with reluctance of some to use time and space to publish marginal or negative data, but said it is important "that everything we know is published," rather than just "left to gather dust."

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