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Almost 93% of the clinical trial participants agree to share their data to fasten healthcare discoveries

Almost 93% of the clinical trial participants agree to share their data to fasten healthcare discoveries

According to a recently published survey in the New England Journal of Medicine, it was found that Ninety-three percent of clinical trial participants reported that they would be comfortable with data sharing in which 82% participants said that they have perceived the benefits of data sharing thereby outweighing the negative aspects whereas rest 8% participants perceived the negative aspects more thereby outweighing data sharing advantages.

The survey included 771 current and recent clinical trial participants from three academic medical centers in the US. Among these 69% of the participants were very keen in sharing the data whereas 24 % were moderately willing to share data with scientists in universities and other non-profit organizations. Strong majorities of participants (67 to 82 percent) believe that data sharing will yield a great deal of benefits whereas less than 10 percent of believed that they were very concerned about potential risks of data sharing, and less than one-third said they were very or somewhat concerned about the risks.

37% believed that sharing data may lead to less enrollment in clinical trials among the most prevalent risk whereas according to the researchers and sponsors of Pharmaceutical companies, the most critical risks of data sharing include re-identification or discrimination. 18 percent believed that data sharing and people participation leads to scientific benefit whereas 17 % believed that data sharing helps in getting answers to scientific questions faster.

The survey also showed that participants’ willingness to share data varied little according to the purpose for which it would be used. The participants did not show any significant differences between uses that would benefit them directly and uses for making new discoveries but it was predominantly found that participants were interested to help others as much as possible through clinical trial research through de-identification of data.