Making research a requirement of treatment: Why we should sometimes let doctors pressure patients to participate in research
Hastings Center Report 35 (5):20-28 (2005)
Abstract: When a patient could be offered one of multiple established treatments, doctors should be able to offer treatment only if the patient agrees to participate in research aimed at determining which of the treatments is most effective. Making treatment conditional on research participation will help researchers complete badly needed studies
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