Financial conflicts of interest in biomedical human subject research

Goldstein, N.

Journal of Biolaw and Business 9(1): 26-37

2006


ISSN/ISBN: 1095-5127
PMID: 17111525
Accession: 049082713

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Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to examine the past, present and future of financial conflict of interest regulation in biomedical human subject testing. Part I will briefly review the forces giving rise to the current controversy. Part II will examine the more influential ethical codes on human subject testing and argue that they are inconclusive on the subject of financial conflicts of interest. Part III will examine the various regulations now in place and identify their serious flaws. Part IV will critique the leading proposals for reform. The Conclusion will synthesize the best features of the various proposals for reform and suggest improvements left unaddressed by these proposals.