Human Fetal Tissue for Medical Research
Tuch, Bernard E.
Medical Journal of Australia. 1993 May 3; 158(8): 637-639.
Aborted Fetuses; Abortion; Biomedical Research; Conscience; Consent Forms; Containment; Cryopreservation; Consent; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Fetal Research; Fetal Tissue Donation; Fetuses; Financial Support; Forms; Guidelines; Health; Hepatitis; HIV Seropositivity; Informed Consent; Investigators; Legal Aspects; Life; Medical Research; Occupational Exposure; Physicians; Pregnant Women; Private Sector; Psychological Stress; Remuneration; Research; Research Ethics; Research Ethics Committees; Risk; Right to Life; Therapeutic Research; Tissue Banks; Tissue Donation; Tissue Transplantation; Transplantation;
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Tuch, Bernard E.; Dunn, Stewart M.; de Vahl Davis, Vivianne (1993)We wish to investigate the concerns of those who are opposed to fetal-tissue research. One would expect that if researchers who work with human fetal tissue are so brutalized, this callousness would extend into other areas ...