The delay in sharing research data is costing lives


It is not uncommon for potentially life-saving research data to be published years after being generated. But the setback to progress caused by the delay in releasing data is troublesome for people who selflessly participate in trials and desperately await new therapies. Scientists need to feel greater urgency to share their findings quickly, and they need additional avenues to facilitate this process.

DOI: 10.1038/nm0710-744

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@article{Sommer2010TheDI, title={The delay in sharing research data is costing lives}, author={Josh Sommer}, journal={Nature Medicine}, year={2010}, volume={16}, pages={744-744} }