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Sometimes, sabre rattling works.

Three years ago, a U.K. parliamentary committee chair warned dozens of universities that they had six months to do a better job of reporting clinical trial results or they would face hearings. Now, a new analysis finds the gambit worked: Last year, 20 major universities disclosed 91% of their required trial results, up from just 29% shortly before the warnings were issued.

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