- Timothy Beebe, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
- Phil Edwards, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
- Chiu-Hsieh (Paul) Hsu, University of Arizona
- Vivian Welch, University of Ottawa
- Giulia Mangiameli, BioMed Central
Publication bias regarding the effects of statins in animals is unexpectedly higher in studies non sponsored by industry and may be due to a failure in publishing negative results.
Multiple mailings and telephone messages encourage higher participation in follow-up surveys, while personalizing contacts surprisingly has no effects on patient recruitment.
BMC Medical Research Methodology 2015, 15:49
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