The Greening of Bioethics: Corporate Funding of Bioethics Research

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 7 (3):326-328 (1998)
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Bioethicists recognize the conflicts of interest that can arise for clinicians and scientists. However, few scholars exploring the moral dimensions of medicine and the sciences publicly address potential conflicts of interest concerning their own research. Increasingly, however, bioethicists will be confronted with difficult choices in which opportunities to obtain funding will sometimes conflict with the pursuit of critical, rigorous scholarship conducted without regard for corporate interests



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