Benefits to Host Countries
Emanuel, Ezekiel J.
In: Emanuel, Ezekiel J.; Grady, Christine; Crouch, Robert A.; Lie, Reidar K.; Miller, Franklin G.; Wendler, David, eds. The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2008: 719-728
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The Standard of Care Debate: Can Research in Developing Countries Be Both Ethical and Responsive to Those Countries' Health Needs? Wendler, David; Emanuel, Ezekiel J.; Lie, Reidar K. (2004-06)To avoid exploitation of host communities, many commentators argue that subjects must receive the best methods available worldwide. Others worry that this requirement may block important research intended to improve health ...
Multinational Clinical Trials in Oncology and Post-Trial Benefits for Host Countries: Where Do We Stand? Mano, Max S.; Rosa, Daniela D.; Dal Lago, Lissandra (2006-11)
Horng, Sam; Emanuel, Ezekiel J.; Wilfond, Benjamin; Rackoff, Jonathan; Martz, Karen; Grady, Christine (2002-12-26)BACKGROUND: Ethicists have suggested that written consent forms encourage participants in phase 1 cancer trials to expect benefit from the experimental agent and to overlook serious risks. METHODS: To evaluate the written ...