Making Sense of Non-Financial Competing Interests

  • Published 2008 in PLoS medicine

Abstract

Imagine you’re a peer reviewer who’s received a request to referee a paper. The paper reports the results of a study using cell lines derived from an aborted fetus as a diagnostic tool in identifying certain viral infections. You are also a member of a religious organization morally opposed to fetal cell research. In your review, you raise questions about… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0050199

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