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NIH Needs To Reconcile Differing Clinical Trial Registry Expectations

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The National Institutes of Health is trying to reconcile new clinical trial registry requirements for medical devices under the recently enacted FDA Amendments Act with the existing policy of leading medical journal editors

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