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Reshma Jagsi, Nathan Sheets, Aleksandra Jankovic, Amy R. Motomura, Sudha Amarnath and Peter A. Ubel Frequency, nature, effects, and correlates of conflicts of interest in published clinical cancer research Cancer 115

Article first published online: 11 MAY 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.24315

This study reviews research published in 8 high-impact journals in 2006, finding that self-reported conflicts of interest characterize a substantial minority of the recently published high-impact clinical cancer research assessed. It concludes that attempts to disentangle the cancer research effort from industry merit further attention, and journals should embrace both rigorous standards of disclosure and heightened scrutiny when conflicts exist.

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