Empirical Assessment of Whether Moderate Payments Are Undue or Unjust Inducements for Participation in Clinical Trials
Halpern, Scott D.
Karlawish, Jason H.
Berlin, Jesse A.
Asch, David A.
Archives of Internal Medicine 2004 April 12; 164(7): 801-803
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