How can Germany create a national clinical trial transparency system?

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The UK is the first country worldwide to set up a watertight national system that will ensure that all interventional clinical trials are pre-registered and make their results public.

In future, the UK ethics regulator will directly register all trials immediately after they receive ethics approval, and will later check whether their results were made public, ending medical research waste once and for all.

In many other countries, there has been significant progress in curbing medical research waste in recent years, but that progress has largely been limited to the minority of clinical trials that are subject to legal reporting requirements. For most other trials, the problem continues unchecked.

For example, a recent study of German university trials found that 29% had never made their results public, wasting public money, slowing down scientific progress, and undermining public health.


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  • Marc Taylor
  • Martin Smith
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