Should research ethics committees police reporting bias?

BMJ 2017; 356: j1501
Authors: Simon E Kolstoe, Daniel R Shanahan, Janet Wisely
“Progress through the application of science cannot be achieved if the results of scientific studies are not communicated appropriately. This is particularly relevant in medical research, where experiments are often conducted on human volunteers. Expensive new innovations cannot be produced without returns for investigators, but the distortion of the evidence base by long term withholding of data, either for financial gain or simply through negligence, can do real harm to patients.”
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