Informing Consent in New Zealand Research: Researchers' Conflict of Interest and Patient Vulnerability
Baldwin, Kate Mary
New Zealand Medical Journal 2005 February 25; 118(1210): 8 p. [Online]. Available: http://www.nzma.org/nz/journal/118-1210/1325 [3 October 2005]
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