ICMJE requires registrations for clinical trials to include disclosure of data sharing plan

Clinical trials starting patient enrollment this year must include a "data sharing plan" in their trial registrations (such as on ClinicalTrials.gov), according to a policy published by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) that specifies data sharing disclosure requirements for those seeking to publish the results of their clinical trials in an ICMJE-member journal.

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