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The Data Sharing Working Group moves towards greater disclosure of data from clinical trials will have a significant impact on the pharmaceutical industry. Disclosure and analysis of these data involve many statistical issues. EFSPI and PSI are pleased to announce the formation of a new data sharing working group.

The objectives will be to identify, priorities, co-ordinate and disseminate information important to data sharing. The working group will be chaired by Uli Burger (Roche) with Sally Hollis (AstraZeneca) supporting as deputy chair.

Anyone wishing to join this EFSPI/PSI data sharing working group should contact Uli Burger
email:  hans_ulrich.burger@roche.com






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