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Discrepancies between trial results reported on clinical trial registry and in journals

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– nearly all had at least 1 discrepancy in the study group, intervention, or results reported between the 2 sources, including discrepancies in the designated primary end points for the studies
– “… because articles published in high-impact journals are generally the highest-quality research studies and undergo more rigorous peer review, the trials in our sample likely represent best-case scenarios with respect to the quality of results reporting.
* JAMA March 2014
http://healthresearchreport.me/2014/03/14/discrepancies-between-trial-results-reported-on-clinical-trial-registry-and-in-journals-nearly-all-had-discrepancies/

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