Emphasizing the fact that clinical trials can influence treatment decisions, the recent AllTrials campaign has called for all trials past and present to be registered, and the results reported. As one of the initiating organisations
For the XVIII International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria Conference in Rio de Janeiro, PLOS ONE is highlighting eight recent articles. Since January 2011, PLOS ONE has published almost 700 articles in the areas
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The following post is by the Senior Editor of PLoS Medicine, Emma Veitch, and is a re-post of the “What is PLoS Medicine’s policy on trials registration?” article written for the Speaking of Medicine blog.
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