True Protection for Persons With Severe Mental Disabilities, Such as Schizophrenia, Involved as Subjects in Research? a Look and Consideration of the "Protection of Human Subjects"
Ryan, Anne J.
Journal of Law and Health. 1994-1995; 9(2): 349-376.
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