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Requirements for Reporting Industry-Sponsored Studies 

Requirements for Reporting Industry-Sponsored Studies
Ethical and Legal Considerations

Annette Flanagin

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date: 18 January 2020

UPDATE: The requirement for independent statistical analysis in industry-sponsored or industry-analyzed studies published in JAMA has been discontinued. This change was made July 10, 2013. Biases are potentially introduced when sponsors are directly involved in research.,,,,, As a result, for industry-sponsored studies, JAMA and the Archives Journals require an access to data statement to be provided by an investigator who is not employed by any funding source with a proprietary interest in the outcome of the study. In addition, JAMA will not accept for publication an industry-sponsored study in which the data analysis has been conducted solely by statisticians employed

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