Response to Commentators on “The Real Problem with Equipoise”

American Journal of Bioethics 6 (4):W42-W45 (2006)
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I am glad to have this opportunity to continue a conversation with authors from whom I have learned so much. In the interest of space I will focus my own remarks on points where I disagree with the...

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