My sister sent me this:
New database aims to crack open clinical trial data
OpenTrials, a search engine of information on clinical trials, has launched a beta version that's now open to the public. The site collects a wealth of publicly available information about clinical trials past and present, including patient consent forms, published studies, and press releases. The team behind OpenTrials is hopeful that collecting trial information in one place will help identify potential discrepancies in data, increase transparency, and make research more accessible to the public. The project is being funded through the Center for Open Science and is run by Dr. Ben Goldacre, a doctor and author who's pushed for greater transparency in clinical trials. OpenTrials allows users to submit data on trials themselves, too. You can look through the database here.