Consent for Continuing Research Participation: What Is It and When Should It Be Obtained?
IRB: Ethics and Human Research 2002 May-June; 24(3): 1-6
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Wendler, Dave (1998-09)The exclusion of potential subjects based on increased risks is a common practice in human subjects research. However, there are no guidelines to ensure that this practice is conducted in a systematic and fair way. This gap ...
Wendler, Dave (1998-09)
Wendler, Dave; Emanuel, Ezekiel (2002-07-08)BACKGROUND: The debate over informed consent for research on stored biological samples has enormous scientific implications. Unfortunately, there are no data on individuals' attitudes regarding when their consent should ...