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Stacking the deck

Nature volume 440, pages 270272 (16 March 2006) | Download Citation

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Studies of medical literature are confirming what many suspected — reporters of clinical trials do not always play straight. Jim Giles talks to those pushing for a fairer deal.

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  1. Jim Giles is a senior reporter for Nature in London.

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