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Up to 50% of Clinical Trials could be Difficult to Justify both Scientifically and Ethically, Study Finds

January 15, 2018

Clinical trials, i.e., medical studies conducted on people, are commonly held to be justifiable if the participants give…
Scientists want to stop unapproved therapies from putting patients at risk

July 8, 2017

When you or your close one is sick, you would do anything to reach the best possible treatment.…
Q&A: exploring the ethics of “Three-parent babies”

February 5, 2016

At the behest of the Food and Drug Administration, a committee – including University of Virginia professor James…
Children’s views should shape how research is conducted, says ethics body

May 15, 2015

A Lancaster University Law School academic has played a key role in a new report which calls for…
Bioethicist Arthur Caplan receives 2014 Public Service Award for an individual

March 25, 2014

Yesterday the National Science Board (NSB) announced that renowned bioethicist Arthur Caplan, a global leader in medical ethics,…
Animals in research: benefits, ethics and assessment

July 9, 2013

“AUSTRALIANS SAY NO TO ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS,” rang the headline of a recent media release by the activist group Humane…
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