Discrepancies Between Research Advertisements and Disclosure of Study Locations in Trial Registrations for USA-Sponsored Research in Russia
Journal of medical ethics 2010 Jul; 36(7): 431-4
The full disclosure of all locations at which research is conducted is an important requirement of clinical trial registration. Yet, little is known about how well researchers and sponsors disclose this information in their registrations. The aim of this study is to examine the adequacy of study location disclosure on http://ClinicalTrials.gov/ for recent USA-sponsored research in the Russian Federation.
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