AZT Trials in Developing Countries: What's Next? Health Officials Condemn Attitude of Ethical Imperialism
AIDS Alert International 1998 February; 13(2 Supplement): 1-3
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The Conduct of Clinical Trials of Maternal-Infant Transmission of HIV Supported by the United States Department of Health in Developing Countries: A Summary of the Needs of Developing Countries, the Scientific Applications, and the Ethical Considerations Assessed by the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1994-1997 Includes as an Appendix: Recommendations From the Meeting on Mother-to-Infant Transmission of HIV by Use of Antiretrovirals, Geneva 23-25 June 1994 Unknown author (United States. Department of Health and Human Services, 1997-07)
Other Issues: Nigerian Families Can Sue Pfizer; Bishops of Southern Africa Condemn the Use of Condoms; US Researchers Conduct Unethical Tests in Developing Countries; Funding Reproductive Health in Rwanda; Villagers at Risk Of Hepatitis B Traced to One Person; WHO Concerned About Tuberculosis in Afghanistan; AIDS Continues to Wreak Havoc in Sub- Saharan Africa; Human Parts on Sale in Lagos; Uganda Embarks on Mass Measles Vaccination Campaign; New Strains of HIV in Mumbai and Chennai; People With HIV Not Allowed to Go Public in China; Drug Industry Involvement in Medical Education Criticised Ntuli, Sibusiso (2002-05)