"There Is No Substantive Due Process Right to Conduct Human-Subject Research": The Saga of the Minnesota Gamma Hydroxybutyrate Study
Hammerschmidt, Dale E.
IRB: A Review of Human Subjects Research. 1997 May-Aug; 19(3-4): 13-15.
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