Lack of proportionality. Seven specifications of public interest that override post-approval commercial interests on limited access to clinical data
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|9 Dec 2011||Submitted||Original manuscript|
|7 Feb 2012||Reviewed||Reviewer Report - Anders W Jørgensen|
|Resubmission - Version 2|
|Submitted||Manuscript version 2|
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|5 Apr 2012||Reviewed||Reviewer Report - Elina Hemminki|
|9 May 2012||Author responded||Author comments - Daniel Strech|
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|9 May 2012||Submitted||Manuscript version 5|
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|23 May 2012||Reviewed||Reviewer Report - Anders W Jørgensen|
|29 May 2012||Reviewed||Reviewer Report - Elina Hemminki|
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|Submitted||Manuscript version 7|
|2 Jul 2012||Editorially accepted|
|2 Jul 2012||Article published||10.1186/1745-6215-13-100|
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