Do Ethics Committees Need a Legal Framework?
Journal International de Bioéthique = International Journal of Bioethics 2007 March-June; 18(1-2): 177-186
The question "do ethics committees need a legal framework" may then raise fundamental discussion in the case of developing countries: will an ethical framework bring them a better capacity to assume their task? And what should this task be if we consider the particularities of clinical research conducted in developing countries?
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