Embryos Get 'human Subjects' Status as Part of Federal Research Protections
Chronicle of Higher Education 2002 November 8; 49(11): A26
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Moreno, Jonathan; Caplan, Arthur L.; Wolpe, Paul Root (Project on Informed Consent, Human Research Ethics Group (University of Pennsylvania Health System, Center for Bioethics), 1998-12-09)For decades, all federally funded research involving human subjects has been subject to regulations that require the informed consent of the subject and oversight by the local institution. These regulations last underwent ...
Moreno, Jonathan; Caplan, Arthur L.; Wolpe, Paul Root (Human Research Ethics Group. (University of Pennsylvania Health Systems, Center for Bioethics. Project on Informed Consent), 1998-12-09)
Protection of Human Subjects. Part II. First Biennial Report on the Adequacy and Uniformity of Federal Rules and Policies, and Their Implementation for the Protection of Human Subjects in Biomedical and Behavioral Research; Report of The President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research. Notice of Report for Public Comment Unknown author (United States. Department of Health and Human Services.[HHS] Office of the Secretary, 1982-03-29)