Attitudes to Controlled Clinical Trials
Lancet. 1982 Jun 26; 1(8287): 1460-1461.
West German physicians, largely untrained in the use of controlled clinical trials, are constantly exposed to conflicting views of such trials arising from legal proceedings and from critics and defenders within the professions, the drug industry, and the media. The author recommends that more effort be devoted to improved research design and that informed consent be required only for certain categories of clinical trials. (KIE abstract)
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