Why EU clinical trials are missing results

November 5, 2018

As seen on PharmaTimes online - Posted Nov. 5, 2018 - Original Article

 By Thomas Wicks | European Union (EU) regulations require the disclosure of clinical trial results for all studies within 12 months of the global end of trial or within six months for pediatric studies. As shown on the University of Oxford EBM DataLab’s EU Trials Tracker, out of the approximately 8,000 studies that have completed and provide a global end-of-trial date, about 50% are still missing results.


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