Thinking ethically about the global in ‘Global Ethics’
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Journal of Global Ethics
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Vulnerability, therapeutic misconception and informed consent: is there a need for special treatment of pregnant women in fetus-regarding clinical trials? Sheppard, MK (2015-11)Historically, pregnant women have generally been excluded from clinical trials. One of the reasons for this exclusion has been the belief that pregnant women are vulnerable as research participants. Although this view has ...
Reynolds, LA; Tansey, EM (Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL, 2007-11-22)Changing attitudes toward human experimentation along with other controversial moral issues emerged after the Second World War and, in 1963, led to the London Medical Group, organized by Ted Shotter, with similar Medical ...
Ashcroft, RE (2015-03)