In the medical research world, “both researchers and journals are to blame for inconsistent disclosure of conflicts of interest”

A novel study suggests that medical researchers are inconsistent about disclosing financial conflicts of interest, and journals are inconsistent about how they use or publish disclosure information.
 
The investigators say that the findings call into question the whole purpose and efficacy of a process intended to preserve integrity and eliminate bias in medical literature.

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