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Reports of clinical trials usually emphasize efficacy results, especially when results are statistically significant. Poor safety reporting can lead to misinterpretation andinadequateconclusionsabouttheinterventionsassessed. Our aim was to describe the reporting of harm-related results from randomized controlled trials (RCTs). Methods: We searched the MEDLINE database for reports of RCTs published from in 6 general medical journals with a high impact factor. Data were extracted by use of adoi:10.1001/archinternmed.2009.306 pmid:19858432 fatcat:xv2e4poulvfxpf4vfxnvyee6yu