Working to end evidence distortion in medicine
10 Mar 2020
Lene Grejs Petersen
In Denmark, sponsors that fail to report clinical trial results will soon face fines or even prison sentences, explains Lene Grejs Petersen of the Danish Medicines Agency in this guest blog.
The Danish medicines agency (DKMA) will further step up its efforts to improve the publication of results from clinical trials in Denmark.
In November 2019, DKMA published a statement highlig...
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