Minority Minors and Moral Research Medicine
Bonkovsky, Frederick O.
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1997 Winter; 6(1): 39-47.
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Bonkovsky, Frederick O. (1997-01)
Gordon, Valery M.; Bonkovsky, Frederick O. (1996)While great strides have been made in determining ethical guidelines for conducting medical research in adults, the situation remains much less clear for children. There are good reasons why children should have the opportunity ...
Gordon, Valery M.; Bonkovsky, Frederick O. (1996-12)