Evaluating the Risks and Benefits of Phase II and III Clinical Cancer Trials: A Look at Institutional Review Board Members in the Netherlands
van Luijn, H.E.M.
IRB: Ethics and Human Research 2007 January-February; 29(1): 13-17
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