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  1. David Weatherall (2003). Problems for Biomedical Research at the Academia-Industrial Interface. Science and Engineering Ethics 9 (1):43-48.
    Throughout much of the world, universities have driven towards industrial partnerships. This collaboration, which, in the biochemical field at least, has to continue if potential benefits for patients are to be realised, has brought with it a number of problems. These include the neglect of long-term research in favour of short-term projects, the curtailing of free dissemination of research information within university departments and the biasing of results of clinical trials by the financial interests of the investigators. It is very (...)
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  2. Istvan Rasko, C. Stephen Downes & David J. Weatherall (1996). Genes in Medicine: Molecular Biology and Human Genetic Disorders. Bioessays 18 (2):169-169.
  3. David J. Weatherall (1996). Opening the Door to Molecular Medicine. Genes in Medicine: Molecular Biology and Human Genetic Disorders (1995). Istvan Rasko and C. Stephen Downes. Chapman and Hall, London, New York, Melbourne. Pp. Xi+419. Price £19.99 ISBN 0‐412‐37340‐8. [REVIEW] Bioessays 18 (2):169-169.
  4. D. J. Weatherall (1995). Teaching Ethics to Medical Students. Journal of Medical Ethics 21 (3):133-134.
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  5. D. Weatherall (1992). Mapping the Code. The Human Genome Project and the Choices of Modern Science. Journal of Medical Ethics 18 (2):109-110.