Book ReviewChildren as Research Subjects: Science, Ethics & Law. Edited by Michael A. Grodin and Leonard H. Glantz. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 1994, 258 pp., $43.95 (hardback)

@article{Lerner2004BookRA,
  title={Book ReviewChildren as Research Subjects: Science, Ethics \& Law. Edited by Michael A. Grodin and Leonard H. Glantz. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 1994, 258 pp., \$43.95 (hardback)},
  author={Barbara Lerner},
  journal={Journal of Genetic Counseling},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={63-66}
}
While the problems associated with the use of children in biomedical and behavioral research may not be a new phenomenon, they are unique. Thus, the editors of this book recognized the value of producing an integrated, comprehensive text dedicated to explaining how children should be treated as research subjects, and how the rules of ethics and law do and don't apply to children. Michael Grodin, a physician and professor of health law, pediatrics and sociomedical sciences and community medicine… Expand