Benefits of Animal Research and the Doctor's Responsibility
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 300(6723): 538, 24 February 1990
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Drury, Michael (1990-09)The creation of a national ethics committee in Britain has been proposed to overcome some of the problems that researchers conducting multi-center trials encounter in dealing with numerous local ethics committees. Drury ...