Science and Engineering Ethics 8 (3):383-386 (2002)
AbstractThe author relates conditions for conducting clinical trials in Russia, current experiences of ethics committees, areas where conflicts of interest can occur regarding publishing the results of clinical trials in medical journals and the state of medical journalism in Russia today.
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