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January 30, 2014
06:27 EDTJNJJohnson & Johnson signs research data sharing agreement with Yale
Johnson & Johnson signed an agreement with Yale University under which the company will share detailed clinical trial data from hundreds of drugs and other products with outside academic researchers. Yale will vet proposals from scientists who want to conduct studies of the treatments and determine, without input from J&J, which researchers will be given access to the clinical data. In addition to trying to restore trust in the data, the effort is expected to help advance medical science. Data from all of the company's pharmaceutical products approved in the U.S. and Europe will be available to researchers. The company is taking steps to eventually include similar data from clinical trials of medical devices and over-the-counter products.
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