Children in clinical research: a conflict of moral values.

@article{Sharav2003ChildrenIC,
  title={Children in clinical research: a conflict of moral values.},
  author={Vera Hassner Sharav},
  journal={The American journal of bioethics : AJOB},
  year={2003},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={
          W-IF 2
        }
}
This paper examines the culture, the dynamics and the financial underpinnings that determine how medical research is being conducted on children in the United States. Children have increasingly become the subject of experiments that offer them no potential direct benefit but expose them to risks of harm and pain. A wide range of such experiments will be examined, including a lethal heartburn drug test, the experimental insertion of a pacemaker, an invasive insulin infusion experiment, and a… CONTINUE READING
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