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  1. Let's Be Clear About Children and Young People.Paul Baines - 2015 - American Journal of Bioethics 15 (11):16-17.
  • Remuneration in the United States and Mexico: Assessing the Level of Influence on Potential Clinical Research Participants About Their Decision to Participate in a Clinical Trial and the Risk of Fraud.Jose Flores-Figueroa, Ingrid Badillo, Gilberto Botello, Ursus Pacheco, Mercedes Paredes-Paredes & Suzan McGovern - 2018 - Clinical Ethics 13 (2):98-105.
    Monetary compensation given to study subjects in a clinical trial is an effective tool to increase overall study enrolment, nonetheless it may stimulate some participants to commit fraud and lie about their medical history.A survey-study in 684 Hispanic prospective subjects in Mexico and USA was conducted to evaluate if a high monetary compensation would encourage them to lie about their medical history. Almost half of the subjects considered participating in a clinical trial with no compensation. Younger male individuals were more (...)
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  • Learning From Research Participants.Emily E. Anderson - 2015 - American Journal of Bioethics 15 (11):14-16.
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