Saying Privacy, Meaning Confidentiality

@article{Schwab2011SayingPM,
  title={Saying Privacy, Meaning Confidentiality},
  author={Abraham P. Schwab and Lily Frank and Nada Gligorov},
  journal={The American Journal of Bioethics},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={44 - 45}
}
Schonfeld et al. touch on the ever-narrowing gap between clinical practice and research as they address issues of privacy (and confidentiality) in the prescreening and review process for research. Although they put forth a number of recommendations about the sharing of information within the medical and research community, their arguments for these recommendations are underdeveloped and conceptually confused. As a result, their recommendations lack adequate support, and in the case of other… 
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