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[Correspondence] Sharing data safely while preserving privacy

19:16 EST 7 Nov 2019 | The Lancet

Analysing personal data is a privilege requiring researchers to safeguard data and to use data wisely. Safeguarding data means protecting the identity of individuals. Using data wisely means using, reusing, and sharing data to their maximum potential. More researchers should be given safe access to previously collected data from expensive clinical trials and laboratory or epidemiological studies. Journal editors therefore increasingly require a data sharing statement in published articles.1

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