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01/24/2014

Vitamin D Blog: Protection Is Futile

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10/21/2013

The parental consent dilemma: Saving extremely premature babies by signing forms

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10/18/2013

When Cancer Treatment and Medical Ethics Clashed on the Bowery

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10/18/2013

NIH Scrambles to Catch Up After U.S. Shutdown

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10/14/2013

The ethics of animal tests: inside the lab where marmosets are given Parkinson’s

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09/09/2013

Indian Parliament Comes Down Hard on Cervical Cancer Trial

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09/01/2013

Ethical questions linger in cervical-cancer study

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08/27/2013

UC Davis surgeons resign after bacteria-in-brain dispute

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08/26/2013

Reporting to NIH on Race and Ethnicity of Clinical Research Participants

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08/15/2013

Johns Hopkins expert says crucial ethics should be considered in HIV cure research

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