Do British Doctors Aid the Torturers?
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Financial Ties as Part of Informed Consent to Postmarketing Research: Attitudes of American Doctors and Patients; Into a British Context; From the Patient's Perspective; Defining Surveillance; but Is It Research? La Puma, John; Stocking, Carol B.; Rhoades, William D.; Darling, Cheryl M.; Ferner, R.E.; Neuberger, Julia; VandenBurg, Malcolm; Dews, Ian; Tobias, Jeffrey S. (1995-06-24)Postmarketing research, often called phase IV trials, is intended to familiarise doctors and patients with newly approved drugs. La Puma and colleagues, in Chicago, studied doctors' and patients' attitudes to whether doctors ...