Is Trial Registration Still an Issue?

Hindin, Toby Jane
July 2006
Applied Clinical Trials;Jul2006, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p12
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the new standards for the registration of all human medical research announced by the World Health Organization (WHO). The International Clinical Trials Registry Platform will act as a conduit for standardization of all registries. WHO hopes to create transparency on all medical research and increase public trust.


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