Fast Track to Disaster? Considerations Raised by Current Recruitment Techniques for Clinical Research Subjects
Isidor, John M.
Kaltman, Sandra P.
Journal of Biolaw and Business 2002; 5(3): 46-47
Efforts to obtain Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of new drugs on a "fast track" are not without hazards for physicians and other providers involved in conducting clinical research. Increasingly, research sponsors have implemented competitive subject recruitment techniques that encourage investigators and their staffs to move studies along rapidly, but may also raise concerns about subject safety. The purpose of this article is to examine competitive recruitment practices and to examine the ethical and legal issues related to obtaining information consent for clinical research trials within this current framework.
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