Commentary: Researchers too protective of cancer data

01/24/2008 | NYTimes.com

A biostatistician laments the proprietary nature that some scientists ascribe to the data they collect, arguing that less-than-open information-sharing may be preventing treatment breakthroughs that could help some patients.

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