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Adopted from Conflict of Interest in Peer-Reviewed Medical Journals which is prepared by WAME Editorial Policy and Publication Ethics Committees.

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  • Whether the authors had access to the study data, with an explanation of the nature and extent of access, including whether access is on-going.
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