Insurance Against Injury in Clinical Trials
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 1994 June 18; 308(6944): 1638-1639
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Sandomire, Hazel (1993-06)
Sandomire, Hazel (1993)Calls for the inclusion of women in clinical trials raise the obvious question: why have sponsors excluded them? The answer most often given is one tragically evocative word: Thalidomide....The specter of birth defects ...