Consent and Randomized Clinical Trials: Are There Moral or Design Problems?
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 1986 November; 11(4): 317-345
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Kopelman, Loretta (1986-11)It is argued that randomized clinical trials are not intrinsically morally problematic; while they are not ideal tools, they are a powerful way to eliminate bias and prejudice. When patient-subject choice is introduced, problems ...
Clinical Trials for Breast Cancer and Informed Consent: How Women Helped Make Research a Cooperative Venture Kopelman, Loretta M. (2006)
Kopelman, Loretta M. (2004)