“Ethics and Clinical Research” Revisited: A Tribute to Henry K. Beecher

Hastings Center Report 23 (5):31-39 (1993)
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The doctrine of informed consent, borrowed from the law of torts, cannot be readily transplanted into therapeutic settings. The broader, as yet unrealized, idea of informed consent, which suggests that parties must make decisions jointly, should guide interactions between physicians and patients or investigators and subjects.



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