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What can the lived experience of participating in risky HIV cure-related studies establish?

Abstract

This response to Gail Henderson et al argues that they were right that interviewees’ appraisals of cure study participation should inform (future) protocol review decisions, but wrong to take these appraisals at face value.

  • Autonomy
  • Clinical Trials
  • Decision-making
  • Ethics
  • Research Ethics

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