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Researchers have called for clearer reporting requirements and better enforcement of reporting laws to ensure that tobacco companies are being transparent with data, after a review of clinical trials sponsored by US electronic cigarette company Juul found results were not being published correctly.

The researchers compared the reporting of clinical trials against the accepted standards and found that just 28 of 61 (46%) prespecified outcomes across five trials identified were reported or properly declared.