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Robert Dinse doesn't like this.
Scot Henderson

It would be nice if there were laws about this. Something simple like, all studies need to be published. So studies like Exons about climate change or Bayers study that showed that they were killing the bees.
Seems like it would be a simple law, but I doubt it would pass.
Scot Henderson

Some do get through. There was a study about deet that compared several bug sprays. It concluded that Bite Blocker was by far the best and longest lasting. So for some reason, maybe that BiteBlocker was all natural ingredients, but secret, it didn't get market share, so they published.
There are many examples, that is just one.