Health Science Research Ethics and the Law: Research Involving Children
NCBHR Communique (National Council on Bioethics in Human Research). 1993 Nov/Dec; 4(2): 11-13.
Abortion; Adolescents; Blood; Blood Transfusions; Bone Marrow; Children; Competence; Critically Ill; Consent; Decision Making; Ethics; Health; Human Experimentation; Infants; Informed Consent; Jehovah's Witnesses; Law; Legal Aspects; Minors; Parental Consent; Parents; Research; Research Ethics; Science; Siblings; Tissue Donation; Treatment Refusal;
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