Abandon All Hope? The Therapeutic Misconception and Informed Consent
Moreno, Jonathan D.
Cancer Investigation 2003; 21(3): 481-482
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Elements of style: consent form language and the therapeutic misconception in phase 1 gene transfer trials Kimmelman, Jonathan; Levenstadt, Aaron (2005-04)The therapeutic misconception arises wherever human subjects misinterpret the primary purpose of a clinical trial as therapeutic. Such misconceptions are particularly prevalent in trials involving severely ill subjects or ...
Informed Consent in Clinical Research in France: Assessment and Factors Associated With Therapeutic Misconception Zaleski-Durand; I.S.; Alberti, C.; Duval, X.; Gottot, S.; Ravaud, Ph.; Gainotti, S.; Genod-Vincent, C.; Moreau, D.; Amiel, D. (2008-09)Background: Informed consent in clinical research is mandated throughout the world. Both patient subjects and investigators are required to understand and accept the distinction between research and treatment. Aim: To ...