Browsing Dr. Peter Doshi by Title
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|Open data 5 years on: a case series of 12 freedom of information requests for regulatory data to the European Medicines Agency |
|Oseltamivir for influenza in adults and children: systematic review of clinical study reports and summary of regulatory comments |
|Pandemrix vaccine: why was the public not told of early warning signs? |
|Patient consent to publication and data sharing in industry and NIH-funded clinical trials |
|Popular and scientific attitudes regarding pandemic influenza |
|The possible harms of statins: What do product labels, patient package inserts, and pharmacy leaflets tell us? |
|Preventing flu-like illness: Reason for optimism |
|The problem with US website for collecting adverse events after vaccination is resolved |
|Putting GlaxoSmithKline to the test over paroxetine |
|Reporting of Drug Benefit in FDA-Approved Prescription Drug Labeling. |
|Restoring biomedical literature with RIAT |
|Restoring invisible and abandoned trials: a call for people to publish the findings |
|Rethinking credible evidence synthesis |
|Risk of bias in industry-funded oseltamivir trials: comparison of core reports versus full clinical study reports |
|Speeding new antibiotics to market: a fake fix? |
|Statins for primary prevention: what is the regulator’s role? |
|Transparency too little, too late? Why and how Health Canada should make clinical data and regulatory decision-making open to scrutiny in the face of COVID-19 |
|Trends in recorded influenza mortality: United States, 1900-2004 |
|The unofficial vaccine educators: are CDC funded non-profits sufficiently independent? |
|Update: New England Journal of Medicine publishes correction to 2012 CHEST trial of hydroxyethyl starch versus colloids |
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