Women as Research Subjects
Pharmacotherapy. 1993 Sep-Oct; 13(5): 534-542.
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Monitoring Adherence to the NIH Policy on the Inclusion of Women and Minorities as Subjects in Clinical Research. Comprehensive Report: Tracking of Human Subjects Research as Reported in Fiscal Year 2004 and Fiscal Year 2005 Pinn, Vivian W.; Roth, Carl; Bates, Angela C.; Caban, Carlos; Jarema, Kim (National Institutes of Health [NIH] (United States). NIH Tracking/Inclusion Committee, 2006)
Boundary Setting in Breast Cancer Research: A Study of the Experience of Women Volunteer Research Subjects Armstrong, Victoria; Morris, Norma (2010-01)Drawing on a research collaboration between a group of medical physicists and social scientists, this paper aims to explore female volunteers' experiences of participating in a project for developing a new breast disease ...