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Research led by participants: a new social contract for a new kind of research
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    The Article states "In health research, funding bodies and academic institutions actively undertake patient and public involvement programmes to ensure that studies adequately reflect the perspectives and input of patients and citizens." I do not agree.

    I have been a member of a research ethics committeee in England for seven years. I do not recognise this statement, nor would my colleagues. In very few cases...

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