J&J agrees to share trial data for devices and diagnostics

In mid-January, Johnson & Johnson announced that it would begin sharing clinical trial data for its devices and diagnostics via the Yale University Open Data Access (YODA) Project. Since 2011, the YODA Project has operated as a third-party independent reviewer of requests from investigators and physicians who want access to clinical trial data. J&J previously made trial data for its pharmaceutical products available through the project, but now will become the first device maker to broadly share data on its medical technologies in this manner.

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