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Conflicts of Interest in Human Subject Research: The Insufficiency of U.S. and International Standards

Rodwin, M.A.

American Journal of Law and Medicine 45(4): 303-330

2019


ISSN/ISBN: 0098-8588
PMID: 31973668
DOI: 10.1177/0098858819892743
Accession: 069742569

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Researchers, as well as individuals and institutions that oversee their conduct, sometimes have conflicts of interest that weaken or render ineffective efforts to protect human research subjects. This article analyzes United States and international standards used to address conflicts of interest and reviews evidence regarding compliance. It finds current standards are insufficient and recommends that the federal government and international organizations adopt stronger legal standards that require resolving most significant conflicts of interest and specifying how to manage conflicts of interest not resolved.

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