Which Parents Should Give Consent? French Law and Neonates Involved in Biomedical Research
Bulletin of Medical Ethics 1998 April; (137): 19-21
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Informed Consent in Medical Research: Journals Should Not Publish Research to Which Patients Have Not Given Fully Informed Consent -- With Three Exceptions Doyal, Len (1997-04-12)Is the demand for informed consent absolute? In the first of this pair of articles a professor of medical ethics argues that the principle of informed consent to participate in medical research is fundamental if patients are ...
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