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Free And Open: The Next Wave In Clinical Trial Data?

Executive Summary

Transparency is an issue that continues to pose reputational challenges for biopharma. A key flashpoint is the disclosure – under open access rules – of clinical trial data in a climate of mounting therapeutic competition. Still, some industry players are pushing the boundaries around open access. Project Data Sphere, a non-profit group backed by the CEO Roundtable on Cancer, is taking advantage of new IT platforms and the rich target potential in discovery science to press for a larger industry consensus around new ways to release high-value data embedded in years of trials, all for the benefit of cancer patients.

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