Глава 1. Пропавшие данные
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13. Here is the classic early paper arguing this point: Chalmers Iain. Underreporting Research Is Scientiﬁc Misconduct. JAMA. 1990 Mar 9;263(10):1405–1408.
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31. This was ﬁrst pointed out to me by Jamie Heywood from PatientsLikeMe, who spent huge resources trying and failing to replicate research ﬁndings in another area of medicine. The last time I saw him we talked about writing up his idea that the likelihood of a claim being true is proportional to the cost of making it, and inversely proportional to the cost of refuting it. We’ve not done so, and until then, a description of our conversation is the only reference for this neat idea.
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52. This is one of many stories for which I recommend delving into the horrible details, if you’re interested. A good place to start here is Prof David Colquhoun’s blog on the topic, with many links http://www.dcscience.net/?p=193 and this BMJ piece written by a lawyer, to keep the lawyers reading this book happy: Dyer C. Aubrey Blumsohn: Academic who took on industry. BMJ. 2009 Dec 15;339(dec15 1):b5293-b5293.
53. Wendler D, Krohmal B, Emanuel EJ, Grady C, for the ESPRIT Group. Why Patients Continue to Participate in Clinical Research. Arch Intern Med. 2008 Jun 23;168(12):1294-9.
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57. Chalmers Iain. Underreporting Research Is Scientiﬁc Misconduct. JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association. 1990 Mar 9;263(10):1405–1408.
58. Chalmers I. From optimism to disillusion about commitment to transparency in the medico-industrial complex. JRSM. 2006 Jul 1;99(7):337–341.
59. Their delegation was led by Frank Wells: his textbook on fraud is fantastic. I tell you this because you should understand that these are not all bad people with inherently secretive natures.
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65. Prayle AP, Hurley MN, Smyth AR. Compliance with mandatory reporting of clinical trial results on ClinicalTrials.gov: cross sectional study. BMJ. 2012;344:d7373.
66. A good (but brief) overview of how to try and get info from nonacademic sources is here: Chan A-W. Out of sight but not out of mind: how to search for unpublished clinical trial evidence. BMJ. 2012 Jan 3;344(jan03 2):d8013-d8013.
67. You can read the letters and the report online. It’s a gripping read, with many interesting and nefarious details, so I highly recommend doing so: Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) www. mhra. gov. u. GSK investigation concludes [Internet]. [cited 2012 Apr 29]. Available from: http://www.mhra.gov.uk/Howweregulate/ Medicines/Medicinesregulatorynews/CON014153
68. This was SmithKline Beecham, before they merged with GlaxoWellcome and became GSK.
69. Strech D, Littmann J. Lack of proportionality. Seven speciﬁcations of public interest that override post-approval commercial interests on limited access to clinical data. Trials. 2012 Jul 2;13(1):100.
70. Lenzer J, Brownlee S. Antidepressants: an untold story? BMJ 2008;336:532-4.
71. Wood AJ. Progress and deﬁciencies in the registration of clinical trials. N Engl J Med. 2009;360(8):824-830
72. O’Connor AB. The need for improved access to FDA reviews. JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association. 2009;302(2):191.
74. Decision of the European Ombudsman closing his inquiry into complaint 2560/2007/BEH against the European Medicines Agency. November 2010. http://www.ombudsman.europa.eu/ cases/decision.faces/en/5459/html.bookmark.
75. UK drug regulator destroys all the evidence after 15 years/ BMI[Internet]. Available from http://www.bmj.com/ rapid-response/2011/11/03/uk-drug-regulator-destroys-allevidence-after-15-years.
76. You might be unsurprised to hear that no large drug company has ever been prosecuted under the safety monitoring regulations in the UK.
77. This story is spread over various publications by the Cochrane team, and the account here is taken from their work, published responses from Roche, and discussions with the Cochrane team. The best place to get the early half of this story is this paper: Doshi P. Neuraminidase inhibitors the story behind the Cochrane review. BMJ. 2009;339. And for the second half, I recommend this open-access paper: Doshi P, Jefferson T, Del Mar C (2012) The Imperative to Share Clinical Study Reports: Recommendations from the Tamiﬂu Experience. PLoS Med 9(4): e1001201. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001201 http://bit.ly/HIbwqO
78. This is a fascinating and messy new area. The paper below gives a good summary of the importance of analysing full trial programmes, and the discrepancies found on Tamiﬂu between papers and Clinical Study Reports: Jefferson T, Doshi P, Thompson M, Heneghan C, Group CARI. Ensuring safe and effective drugs: who can do what it takes? BMJ. 2011 Jan 11;342(jan11 1):c7258-c7258.
79. This is all from: Jefferson T, Doshi P, Thompson M, Heneghan C, Group CARI. Ensuring safe and effective drugs: who can do what it takes? BMJ. 2011 Jan 11;342(jan11 1):c7258-c7258.
80. Tom Jefferson, Lecture on Tamiﬂu, BMJ Evidence 2011, London.
81. Tramer MR, Reynolds DJ, Moore RA, McQuay HJ. Impact of covert duplicate publication on meta-analysis: a case study. BMJ. 1997 Sep 13;315(7109):635-40.
82. Doshi P, Jefferson T, Del Mar C (2012) The Imperative to Share Clinical Study Reports: Recommendations from the Tamiﬂu Experience. PLoS Med 9(4): e1001201. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001201 http://bit.ly/HIbwqO
83. Cohen D (2009) Complications: tracking down the data on oseltamivir. BMJ 339: b5387.
84. If you’re interested in this story, the links to primary documents are all here: Diabetes drug ‘victory’ is really an ugly story about incompetence. Ben Goldacre, The Guardian. 2010 Jul 17 [cited 2012 May 2]; Available from: http://www.badscience.net/ 2010/07/pharmaco-epidemiology-would-be-fascinatingenougheven-if-society-didnt-manage-it-really-really-badly/
85. Nissen SE. Setting the record straight. JAMA. 2010 Mar 24; 303(12):1194—5
86. Eichler H-G, Abadie E, Breckenridge A, Leufkens H, Rasi G. Open Clinical Trial Data for All? A View from Regulators. PLoS Med. 2012 Apr 10;9(4):e100i202.
87. This is a vast story, told well elsewhere. Start with Curfman GD, Morrissey S, Drazen JM. Expression of concern reafﬁrmed. N. Engl. J. Med. 2006 Mar 16;354(11):1193.
88. Opinion: Misleading Drug Trials. The Scientist [Internet]. [cited 2012 May 15]. Available from: http://thescientist. com/2012/05/14/opinion-misleading-drug-trials/
89. The Yale Open Data Archive project, or YODA, is one good example of how this might look in the future.
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