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Fear, if not angst, over the procedures and consequences of the use of humans in clinical research is not novel in the history of science and clinical medicine. However, Dr. Levine makes a persuasive case—more between the lines than in the lines—that a new stage has been reached in the last 2 decades. This stage is not only marked by a growing suspicion by the lay public toward scientific research conducted for nontherapeutic ends, but also by researchers themselves who are faced with the social, ethical, and legal complexities concerning the responsibilities and duties of researchers and, at times, the
Ethics and Regulation of Clinical Research.. Ann Intern Med. 1983;99:576. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-99-4-576_1
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