Ethics and Therapeutic Skepticism
JOURNAL OF FAMILY PRACTICE 29(6): 611-612, December 1989
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Miller, Franklin G.; Brody, Howard (2003-05)A predominant ethical view holds that physician-investigators should conduct their research with therapeutic intent. And since a physician offering a therapy wouldn't prescribe second-rate treatments, the experimental ...
Kermen, Rachel; Hickner, John; Brody, Howard; Hasham, Irma (2010-10)Few national data exist on physicians' use of and beliefs about placebos in routine health care.