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The reporting of null and negative results is a critical part of healthcare research and mechanisms to support their publication should be encouraged and developed. Only publishing positive results creates bias in the literature which can dramatically alter the interpretation of all of the available data…
Dario Ummarino
Dario Ummarino
Associate Editor, PLOS ONE

What’s important to you when you share your research?

We’d like to hear what’s important to you when you choose to share your work, especially in the context of the current climate.


PLOS will be attending a number of Cardiovascular related events through 2020. More details to follow.

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