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Improved procedures may improve informed consent for neonatal research

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Obtaining truly informed consent for neonatal research under difficult circumstances may be more achievable with new approaches. These originate from discussions of European neonatologists, ethicists, sociologists, and legal experts—all participants in the Euricon trial.

Urgent or emergency situations when parents are asked to consent to research treatment for their child …

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