T. Goehl

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  • T. Goehl
  • Environmental Health Perspectives
  • 2002
Background: Metastatic diseases and infections frequently involve the spine. This is the result of seeding of the vertebral body by tumor cells or bacteria delivered by venous blood from Batson's(More)
  • T. Goehl
  • Environmental Health Perspectives
  • 2003
the world of public health, and environmental health in particular, we work with lawyers; yet, many of us remain unaware of recent developments in the law and legal scholarship that may be critical(More)
  • T. Goehl
  • Environmental Health Perspectives
  • 2003
the next few years it will become more important to face the fact that most cultures around the world have not found ways to create sustainable communities and regions. Perhaps we cannot address(More)
  • T. Goehl
  • Environmental Health Perspectives
  • 2004
There are many controversial issues surrounding ethics in study design and conduct of human subjects research. In this review we briefly touch on the origin of ethics in clinical research and how the(More)