Clinical Trials Guidelines at Odds With U.S. Policy

@article{Normile2008ClinicalTG,
  title={Clinical Trials Guidelines at Odds With U.S. Policy},
  author={D. Normile},
  journal={Science},
  year={2008},
  volume={322},
  pages={516 - 516}
}
The World Medical Association last week reaffirmed its opposition to the use of placebos in clinical trials and urged trial sponsors to provide care for participants after studies are done. 
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