Risk to bystanders in clinical trials: A symposium

@article{Eyal2019RiskTB,
  title={Risk to bystanders in clinical trials: A symposium},
  author={Nir Eyal},
  journal={Clinical Trials},
  year={2019},
  volume={16},
  pages={447 - 449}
}
  • N. Eyal
  • Published 1 August 2019
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Trials
This symposium takes a critical look at the ethics of impact on “bystanders” to clinical research. By that we mean study non-participants who nevertheless are at risk of being affected by the study in some way. This introduction suggests some questions to consider while reading through the symposium contributions, and gives a précis of each. 
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