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Edited by A Plomer. Cavendish Publishing Limited, 2005, £50.00, pp 158 + xviii. ISBN 185941687X
This book by a leading British healthcare lawyer and philosopher provides the first sustained and in depth analysis of the impact of the Council of Europe’s Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine (CHRB) on research ethics.
The book falls into three major parts. The first part explores the development of research ethics and the problems created by the facts that the main international research ethics document, the World Medical Association’s Helsinki Declaration is …
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