2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-35552007000600001
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Abstract: Clinical trials have been described lately as the gold standard in the evaluation of issues related to treatment and prevention in health 1. The registration of clinical trials has been suggested with the intention of respecting ethical reasons for those who participated in the study and were informed that they would be used to contribute to the advance of science, regardless of the results. It is also a way of guaranteeing that patients and professionals have access to information on studies which are recruit… Show more

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“…3,6,8,12,13,15,21 WHO highlights that trial registries can also be sources of evidence on the efficacy and safety of health interventions. 22 The main reasons for clinical trial registration are: a) To avoid publication bias.…”
Section: History and Importance Of Trial Registriesmentioning
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“…3,6,8,12,13,15,21 WHO highlights that trial registries can also be sources of evidence on the efficacy and safety of health interventions. 22 The main reasons for clinical trial registration are: a) To avoid publication bias.…”
Section: History and Importance Of Trial Registriesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…22 The main reasons for clinical trial registration are: a) To avoid publication bias. 3,8,[13][14][15] Registration of a trial protocol, in theory, ensures that the results of that study will be published, regardless of whether the findings were beneficial, harmful, inconclusive or even inefficacious.…”
Section: History and Importance Of Trial Registriesmentioning
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