Nearly half of all trials run by major sponsors in past decade are unpublished

@article{Iacobucci2016NearlyHO,
  title={Nearly half of all trials run by major sponsors in past decade are unpublished},
  author={Gareth Iacobucci},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={355}
}
The drug company Sanofi has failed to publish results for almost two thirds of the clinical trials it has conducted in the past decade, a major new tracking service has disclosed. TrialsTracker, a new automated service launched to shine a spotlight on drug companies and universities, found that nearly half of all trials run by major sponsors in the past 10 years were missing results.1 Sanofi, the multinational drug company based in France, had the highest number of missing results (285… Expand
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