Legal Issues Surrounding Privately Funded Research Cause Furore in Toronto
Canadian Medical Association Journal. 1998 Oct 20; 159(8): 983-986.
Toronto physician Miriam Shuchman has spent the last 4 months tracking the research issues surrounding a controversial clinical trial conducted in Toronto. Much of the information appearing in this article was gathered while she was preparing a segment for the CBC Radio program Quirks and Quarks. Earlier, she had reported on similar issues in the US for the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Biomedical Research; Children; Conflict of Interest; Contracts; Disclosure; Drug Industry; Drugs; Financial Support; Hospitals; Human Experimentation; Industry; Information Dissemination; Institutional Policies; Internal Medicine; Investigators; Legal Aspects; Medicine; Research; Thalassemia; Toxicity; Universities;
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Shuchman, Miriam (1998-10-20)
Worker Notification and Institutional Review for Privately Funded Research in Occupational Health and Safety Unknown author (American Public Health Association, 1996-03)
Worker Notification and Institutional Review for Privately Funded Research in Occupational Health and Safety Unknown author (American Public Health Association. Governing Council, 1996-03)