The Structure and Function of Research Ethics Committees in Africa: A Case Study
Kass, Nancy E.
Hyder, Adnan Ali
Elsayed, Dya Eldin
PLoS Medicine 2007 January; 4(1): e3: 0026-0031 [Online]. Accessed: http://www.plos.org/press/plme-04-01-Kass.pdf [2007 January 25]
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