Clinical Trials: A Brave New Partnership?
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1994 Mar; 20(1): 19-22.
The need for informed consent is considered from the patient's viewpoint by an examination of the shortcomings of the UK Ductal Carcinoma
Alternatives; Breast Cancer; Cancer; Clinical Trials; Control Groups; Consent; Disclosure; Drugs; Females; Future Generations; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Investigator Subject Relationship; Investigators; Patient Advocacy; Patient Participation; Physicians; Psychological Stress; Radiology; Random Selection; Research; Research Design; Research Subjects; Risks and Benefits; Surgery; Therapeutic Research; Uncertainty;
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