No, No Results to See Here | GenomeWeb

The results of nearly 30 percent of clinical trials are not publicly disclosed within four years of completion, according to a study appearing in PLOS One.

Hiroki Saito from Carney Hospital in Massachusetts and Boston University's Christopher Gill analyzed some 400 randomly selected trials from the database that were listed as being complete and calculated the time from them being finished to their publication.

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A man is using DNA evidence to argue that he is the rightful heir to the baronetcy of Stichill, the Guardian reports.

As part of an effort to get a diverse group of people to donate their DNA for research, some blood donors in the San Diego area will get their genomes sequenced, according to KPBS.

The comment period on the Department of Health and Human Services' proposal to alter the Common Rule has been extended.