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The morality of inclusion: A response to Duffy
  1. D F-C Tsai
  1. National Taiwan University Hospital and National Taiwan University College of Medicine, Taiwan;

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    In July 2002, I had the honour to be invited to give a 15 minute presentation on behalf of my country, Taiwan, on the topic of “Current system of national guidance on human subject protection in medical research” in a panel discussion of the Forum for Ethical Review Committees in Asia and the Western Pacific (Fercap), World Health Organization (WHO) international conference held in Chin-Mai, Thailand. In that conference, four delegates from Taiwan had a rare (because Taiwan is not a WHO member and is normally excluded from joining any WHO related activities) and therefore very precious opportunity to share Taiwan’s experience in establishing and promoting “human subject protection system” with delegates from 27 WHO member countries of the region. Through the vigorous exchanges of opinion in those four …

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