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    Between the Needy and the Greedy: The Quest for a Just and Fair Ethics of Clinical Research.V. Garrafa, J. H. Solbakk, S. Vidal & C. Lorenzo - 2010 - Journal of Medical Ethics 36 (8):500-504.
    The acceleration of the market globalisation process over the last three decades has internationalised clinical research and influenced both the way in which it is funded and the development and application of research practices. In addition, in recent years international multicentre randomised clinical trials have become the model par excellence for research on new medicines. The neoliberal model of globalisation has induced a decline in state power, both with regard to establishing national research for health priorities and to influencing the (...)
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  2. The Principle of Respect for Human Vulnerability and Global Bioethics.J. H. Solbakk - 2011 - In Ruth F. Chadwick, H. ten Have & Eric Mark Meslin (eds.), The Sage Handbook of Health Care Ethics: Core and Emerging Issues. Sage Publications. pp. 228--238.
     
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    A Waste of Time: The Problem of Common Morality in Principles of Biomedical Ethics.J. R. Karlsen & J. H. Solbakk - 2011 - Journal of Medical Ethics 37 (10):588-591.
    From the 5th edition of Beauchamp and Childress' Principles of Biomedical Ethics, the problem of common morality has been given a more prominent role and emphasis. With the publication of the 6th and latest edition, the authors not only attempt to ground their theory in common morality, but there is also an increased tendency to identify the former with the latter. While this stratagem may give the impression of a more robust, and hence stable, foundation for their theoretical construct, we (...)
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    Hidden Risks Associated with Clinical Trials in Developing Countries.C. Lorenzo, V. Garrafa, J. H. Solbakk & S. Vidal - 2010 - Journal of Medical Ethics 36 (2):111-115.
    The academic literature in research ethics has been marked in the past decade by a much broader focus on the need for the protection of developing communities subjected to international clinical trials. Because of the proximity of the revision of the Declaration of Helsinki, completed in October 2008, most papers have addressed the issue of a double standard of care following the use of placebo. However, other no less important issues, such as interactions between the lifestyles structures of low-income communities (...)
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  5. Moral Dialogue and Therapeutic Doubt.J. H. Solbakk - 2004 - Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 29 (1):93-118.
     
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    UNESCO Global Ethics Observatory: Database on Ethics Related Legislation and Guidelines.T. W. Ang, H. T. Have, J. H. Solbakk & H. Nys - 2008 - Journal of Medical Ethics 34 (10):738-741.
    The Database on Ethics Related Legislation and Guidelines was launched in March 2007 as the fourth database of the UNESCO Global Ethics Observatory system of databases in ethics of science and technology. The database offers a collection of legal instruments searchable by region, country, bioethical themes, legal categories and applicability to specific articles of the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights and International Declaration on Human Genetic Data. This paper discusses the background and rationale for the database and (...)
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    The Ethics of Stem Cell Research: Can the Disagreements Be Resolved?J. H. Solbakk & S. Holm - 2008 - Journal of Medical Ethics 34 (12):831-832.
    It is now 10 years ago that human embryonic stem cell research appeared as a major topic of societal concern following significant scientific breakthroughs.1 2 During these 10 years it has become obvious that stem cell research is embedded in a narrative characterised by hope and hype and that it has created heated moral and political debate. Although it would be tempting to try to deconstruct the importance attributed to hope in this story or to unmask the different instigators active (...)
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