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Posted by Tracey Brown on 30 April 2013
This is an editorial for the Cochrane Library and you can read the full piece here.
You can also listen to a podcast of the article read by Tracey Brown here.
The Cochrane Collaboration has become a lead partner in the AllTrials initiative (AllTrials.net), a campaign to ensure that all clinical trials are registered and the results reported, for all treatments in current use. Cochrane joins Sense About Science, Bad Science, the BMJ, the James Lind Initiative, and the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine in leading this international campaign, which has already signed up over 200 research bodies, regulators, and patient groups, and nearly 50,000 individuals. This, though, is just a beginning.