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02/09/2017

Manipulating Human Memory Through Reconsolidation: Ethical Implications of a New Therapeutic Approach

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02/09/2017

What Patients With Behavioral-Variant Frontotemporal Dementia Can Teach Us About Moral Responsibility

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02/09/2017

The Applicability of Psychological and Moral Distinctions in an Emerging Neuroscientific Framework

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02/09/2017

Morals or markets? Regulating assisted reproductive technologies as morality or economic policies in the states

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02/09/2017

Problematic protocols: An overview of medical research protocols not approved by the LUMC medical ethics review committee

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02/09/2017

Online public reactions to fMRI communication with patients with disorders of consciousness: Quality of life, end-of-life decision making, and concerns with misdiagnosis

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02/09/2017

When are primary care physicians untruthful with patients? A qualitative study

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02/09/2017

Decision making in pediatric oncology: Views of parents and physicians in two European countries

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02/09/2017

Better to know than to imagine: Including children in their health care

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02/09/2017

How are PCORI-funded researchers engaging patients in research and what are the ethical implications?

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