#Bioethics News: Researchers in Mexico conducted a controversial study that involved artificially inseminating women and then flushing the embryos from their bodies - an approach that bioethicists say "uses a woman's body as a petri dish." #researchethics https://t.co/CUCgKd0ipi
"The risks of trial participation for an individual are logically measured against what an individual’s care trajectory would have been had they pursued care outside of a trial. Randomization potentially abrogates that care trajectory."
#Bioethics News: A proposed rule would allow the Trump administration to begin collecting DNA samples from some migrants in US Customs and Border Protection custody https://t.co/8PgYF69xan
"Assuming that the specificity of the information has been confirmed, the resources and time required for researchers to disclose it to organizational decision makers should be modest."
Whicher & Wu's OPC, responding to Morain et al's TA on PCTs: https://t.co/3tx2OdSNgA