The Havasupai Indian tribe case--lessons for research involving stored biologic samples.

@article{Mello2010TheHI,
  title={The Havasupai Indian tribe case--lessons for research involving stored biologic samples.},
  author={Michelle Marie Mello and Leslie E. Wolf},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={363 3},
  pages={204-7}
}
n engl j med 363;3 nejm.org july 15, 2010 204 young people would make the behavior less seductive. Identifying and supporting smoking-cessation champions in clinician groups would boost clinicians’ involvement in cessation, as would tapping peer groups and social networks that interact with smokers. We also need more research into ways of helping certain groups of smokers to quit — including young people, light and intermittent smokers, and those with mental or substance-use disorders. More… CONTINUE READING
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