Revisiting Ethical Guidelines for Research With Terminal Wean and Brain-Dead Participants
Pentz, Rebecca D.
Flamm, Anne L.
Logothetis, Christopher J.
Hastings Center Report 2003 January-February; 33(1): 20-26
Some research is too risky to be conducted on anyone with a life expectancy of more than a few hours. Yet under some circumstances, the research can still be carried out by using subjects who are either brain dead or are soon to undergo a terminal wean, and who have articulated values that inclusion in the study can honor. So argues a team of ethicists and researchers at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, where such research was recently undertaken.
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