Research Ethics 7 (1):5-12 (2011)

Sapfo Lignou
Oxford University
In this essay the ethical issues related to the ‘standard of care’ are discussed together with the implications for the treatment of the control group in transnational clinical trials. It is argued that the human right to health and the duty of justice formulate the moral basis on which this case should be debated
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DOI 10.1177/174701611100700103
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