The Declaration of Helsinki and research in vulnerable populations

@article{Loff2000TheDO,
  title={The Declaration of Helsinki and research in vulnerable populations},
  author={B. Loff and J. Black},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={2000},
  volume={172}
}
Mooted changes to the Declaration on the agenda of the World Medical Association have sparked a vigorous debate on international research issues. The medical, research and ethics communities in Australia need to participate more broadly in this debate. 
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