You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks: How AIDS Trials Are Pioneering New Strategies
Merigan, Thomas C.
New England Journal of Medicine. 1990 Nov 8; 323(19): 1341-1343.
Activism by patients with AIDS, their supporters, and investigators in the AIDS Clinical Trials Group is changing the way clinical drug trials are conducted. In this Sounding Board article, Merigan describes these changes in a positive light, and predicts that these new kinds of clinical trials will foster rapid progress in AIDS research and will influence research on other potentially fatal conditions as well. (KIE abstract)
Adults; Aids; Clinical Trials; Control Groups; Consent; Drugs; Evaluation; Food; Goals; Government; Government Regulation; HIV Seropositivity; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Investigators; Minors; Patient Compliance; Patients; Placebos; Regulation; Research; Research Design; Risks and Benefits; Selection of Subjects;
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Merigan, Thomas C. (1990-11-08)Activism by patients with AIDS, their supporters, and investigators in the AIDS Clinical Trials Group is changing the way clinical drug trials are conducted. In this Sounding Board article, Merigan describes these changes ...
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