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More Information on Ethics and Clinical Trials

Testimony before HHS Panel on Informed Consent for Human Subjects Research

August 28, 2013

Dr. Michael Carome’s testimony slides View as PDF.

Dr. Michael Carome’s testimony View as PDF.

Dr. Sidney Wolfe’s testimony slides View as PDF.

Testimony of Alice Dreger, Ph.D, and Susan M. Reverby, Ph.D View as PDF.

Testimony of George Annas, JD, MPH. View as PDF.

Testimony of Carrie Pratt View as PDF.

Sharrissa Cook's testimony View as PDF.

In light of recent, high profile instances of serious ethical breaches involving infants, Public Citizen Health Research Group Director Michael Carome and Health Research Group Founder Sidney Wolfe testify before the Department of Health and Human Services regarding “standard of care” interventions in human subjects.

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