Sex Selection -- Ethical Issues
Lilford, Richard J.
Human Reproduction 1995 April; 10(4): 762-764
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Edwards, Sarah J.L.; Braunholtz, David A.; Lilford, Richard J.; Stevens, Andrew J. (1999-05-22)In most randomised controlled trials, individual patients are randomised to a treatment or control group, but sometimes this is undesirable or even impossible and groups (clusters) of people may be randomised instead. These ...
Edwards, Sarah J.L.; Braunholtz, David A.; Lilford, Richard J.; Stevens, Andrew J. (1999-05-22)
Johnson, Nicholas; Lilford, Richard J.; Brazier, Wayne (1991-03)It has often been argued that if a clinician cannot decide which of two treatments to offer, a trial may be ethical, but it is unethical if she/he has a preference. Since individual clinicians usually have a preference, ...