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[Correspondence] Who will implement WHO’s statement on public disclosure of trial results?

WHO’s statement1 issued in April, 2015, calling for public disclosure of all interventional trials—whether they have positive or negative findings and irrespective of date (present or past)—is laudable. By calling for the public disclosure of past trials, WHO’s statement goes further than existing policies or laws. Ben Goldacre’s commentary2 then effectively outlines how an audit system could serve as a powerful and practical means to put this statement1 into practice.

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