The Influence of Protocol Pain and Risk on Patients' Willingness to Consent for Clinical Studies: A Randomized Trial
Treschan, Tanja A.
Lackner, Franz X.
Sessler, Daniel I.
Anesthesia and Analgesia 2003 February; 96(2): 498-506
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