Reporting of outcomes in gastric cancer surgery trials: A systematic review

      Background: Inconsistent reporting of outcomes in trials impacts negatively on the ability to produce robust evidence-based recommendations for clinical practice. This review examines the degree of variation in the reporting of outcomes described by gastric cancer surgery trials.
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