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67 Responsiveness to Host Community Health Needs

@inproceedings{London200867RT,
  title={67 Responsiveness to Host Community Health Needs},
  author={A. London},
  year={2008}
}
  • A. London
  • Published 2008
  • Political Science
  • There is near universal agreement within the scientific and ethics communities that a necessary condition for the moral permissibility of cross-national, collaborative research is that it be responsive to the health needs of the host community. It has proven difficult, however, to leverage or capitalize on this consensus in order to resolve lingering disputes about the ethics of international medical research. This is largely because different sides in these debates have sometimes provided… CONTINUE READING

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