Should There Always Be "Fully Informed" Consent for Genetic Testing?
Clarke Fraser, F.
American Journal of Human Genetics 1995 October; 57(4): A295
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Caulfield, Timothy A.; James, Patricia L.; Robertson, Gerald B.; Briggs, Marion; Clarke, Joe T.; Dickens, Bernard; Dossetor, John; Fraser, F. Clarke; Knoppers, Bartha Maria; Laberge, Claude; Morrison, Cathleen, Mykitiuk, Roxanne; Roy, David J.; Sidarous, M (1995)
Informed Consent in Medical Research: Journals Should Not Publish Research to Which Patients Have Not Given Fully Informed Consent -- With Three Exceptions Doyal, Len (1997-04-12)Is the demand for informed consent absolute? In the first of this pair of articles a professor of medical ethics argues that the principle of informed consent to participate in medical research is fundamental if patients are ...
Fraser, F. Clarke (1995)