Fitting a Square Peg Into a Round Hole? : Imposing Informed Consent and Post-Trial Obligations on United States Sponsored Clinical Trials in Developing Countries
Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 2002 Spring; 11(2): 339-360
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