CHAUNCEY D. LEAKE, PH.D.
It would be presumptious of me to "challenge" the statements made by any of the distinguished participants in this important symposium on the ethical aspects of experimental studies on human subjects, arranged so well by my long-time friend Dr. Irving Wright. It is less aggressive and more relaxing to venture "comments" in amplification of what has been said so well.
Frequent now are discussions of the moral problems confronting us as a result of our amazing technical achievements. From the awful consequences of nuclear weaponry to the details of human experimentation, we are seeking vigorously to find ways of resolving
LEAKE CD. Technical Triumphs and Moral Muddles. Ann Intern Med. 1967;67:43–50. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-67-3-43
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