Clinical trials: Unfavorable results often go unpublished (Science Blog)

E-Patient Dave spotted an informative post on the Science Blog about an inherent shortcoming of the publication process: failed trials don’t get published, so others don’t have the chance to learn from them. His post about it here. (Where did he learn about it? In his patient-to-patient peer community, on ACOR. E-patients on the hoof!)

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