Solidarity as an Aspirational Basis for Partnership with Tribal Communities

American Journal of Bioethics 21 (10):14-17 (2021)
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Saunkeah et al. argue convincingly that although respect for Tribal sovereignty is often invoked as a core justification for Tribal research protections, an expanded ethical framework is req...



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