Good ethics requires good science: why transplant programs should not disclose misattributed parentage
Ross, Lanie Friedman
American Journal of Transplantation 2010 February 3; 10(4): 742-746
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Good ethics requires good science: why transplant programs should not disclose misattributed parentage. Ross, L F (2010-04)In 1996, I argued that the recommendation by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to inform women when tests reveal misattributed paternity and not to disclose this information to the women's partners was morally wrong. I argued ...
Response: Good Ethics Require Good Science: Why Transplant Programs Should Not Disclose Misattributed Parentage Zachary, A A; Leffell, M S (2011-01)
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