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Experimental Ebola treatments carried out in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have shown strong signs of being able to save patients’ lives.
Congo results show good survival rates for patients treated quickly with antibodies.
The failure to report the issue has not put patients at risk, the F.D.A. said, but the drugmaker could face criminal and civil penalties.
Analysis of 30 leading institutions found that just 17% of study results had been posted online as required by EU rules.
US law requires researchers to post study findings on a public registry within a year of completion - or face heavy fines.
The technologies that will be regulated by the ethics committee are often new and are deemed risky either because of safety or moral concerns.
UK universities could be brought in front of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee if they fail to improve the reporting of clinical trials.