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“…Comparing our findings to that of other spin studies, abstracts of systematic reviews that focused on T2DM tend to have lower rates of spin 23–31 . For example, Ottwell et al found that 30% of systematic reviews focused on acne treatment contained some form of spin in the abstract 32 .…”
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“…Comparing our findings to that of other spin studies, abstracts of systematic reviews that focused on T2DM tend to have lower rates of spin 23–31 . For example, Ottwell et al found that 30% of systematic reviews focused on acne treatment contained some form of spin in the abstract 32 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…Comparing our findings to that of other spin studies, abstracts of systematic reviews that focused on T2DM tend to have lower rates of spin. [23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31] For example, Ottwell et al found that 30% of systematic reviews focused on acne treatment contained some form of spin in the abstract. 32 Similarly, Reddy et al found that 36% of systematic reviews on rotator cuff management contained spin in their abstract.…”
Section: Primary Findingsmentioning
“…Our team's previous investigations found spin in abstracts at rates ranging from 37% in oncology RCTs [18] to 70% in otolaryngology RCTs [37]. More recently, studies have shown that spin frequently occurs in abstracts of systematic reviews [38][39][40][41][42][43][44][45][46][47][48]. As previously mentioned, Ottwell et al [20] identified spin in 31% of the included abstracts of systematic reviews and meta-analyses on acne vulgaris therapies, a finding similar to ours.…”
Section: Xsl • Fosupporting