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Academic Medical Centers Get An F In Sharing Research Results
National Public Radio

In a study powered by the labor of medical students, my colleagues and I found that two-thirds of clinical trials led by scientists at our finest academic institutions didn’t share their results publicly within two years of the study’s completion.

Moreover, none of these research institutions has a good record of sharing results. Many are much worse than the average.

For all the focus on the need to speed up science for cures, we have a bottleneck at our nation’s bastions of research excellence.