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Registration of protocols for observational research is unnecessary and would do more harm than good



Registration of protocols for observational research is unnecessary and would do more harm than good



Occupational and Environmental Medicine 68(2): 86-88




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PMID: 21118848

DOI: 10.1136/oem.2010.058917


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