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The Role of Institutional Review Boards in Protecting Human Subjects: Are We Really Ready to Fix a Broken System?

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Title: The Role of Institutional Review Boards in Protecting Human Subjects: Are We Really Ready to Fix a Broken System?
Authors: Beh, Hazel Glenn
Keywords: Human Medical Experimentations
Human Experimentation Legislation
Medical Schools
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: 26 Law. Psychol. Rev. 1 2002
Series/Report no.: Law & Psychology Review, Volume 26
Pages/Duration: 47
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/34775
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