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  title={Protecting Human Research Participants},
  author={Lavanya Singh},
  • L. Singh
  • Published 14 February 2014
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Research with human subjects can occasionally result in a dilemma for investigators. When the goals of the research are designed to make major contributions to a field, such as improving the understanding of a disease process or determining the efficacy of an intervention, investigators may perceive the outcomes of their studies to be more important than providing protections for individual participants in the research. 

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