Inducing HIV Remission in Neonates: Child Rights and Research Ethics

Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 58 (3):348-354 (2015)
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Abstract

International child rights law has the potential to change the way children are viewed and engaged by all social actors. It provides a child-centered perspective on all areas of children’s lives, including research with neonates. It differs from some bioethical perspectives by clearly articulating affirmative obligations owed to children and requiring rigorous monitoring mechanisms. The CRC’s focus on affirmative obligations and establishment of monitoring mechanisms provide additional useful elements that are not present in the dominant form of American pediatric bioethics.An in-depth introduction to child rights and the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child is presented by Lansdown..

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