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Consent For Drug Testing—
The Food and Drug Administration announced a policy of requiring physicians to obtain written consent from patients before giving them investigational drugs except for specified unusual circumstances.
The Kefauver-Harris Drug...
Eight major US medical organizations, whose membership includes the majority of clinical investigators, have formally endorsed the Declaration of Helsinki.
Approval of the statement which offers ethical guidelines for clinical research, was announced through a joint resolution...
Recommendations Guiding Doctors In Clinical Research
It is the mission of the doctor to safeguard the health of the people. His knowledge and conscience are dedicated to the fulfillment of this mission. The Declaration of Geneva of the World Medical Association binds...
In days past, a meshwork of tracks surrounded the building that now is St. Louis University's Institute for Molecular Virology. As an outdoor classroom for the city's street-car personnel, the tracks led nowhere at all.
In contrast to the wandering streetcar tracks, long since...
"Liberation" of a previously suppressed virus may be the mechanism by which radiation causes tumors in laboratory animals.
This is the working hypothesis of three investigators at Argonne National Laboratory. Their evidence includes:
Isolation of an oncogenic virus that...
Helium perfusion appears to offer an improved technique for the preservation of whole body organs.
A group of investigators in Montreal told the society for Cryobiology that preliminary trials with canine kidneys indicate helium perfusion is a "promising new approach" to some of...
[unk] new facility, recently risen from the flat western expanse of the University of California's Davis campus, holds promise for extending man's medical research work with monkeys and other nonhuman primates.
Known formally as the National Center for Primate Biology, it buzzes...
George Morris Piersol, MD, emeritus professor of physical medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, died Aug 19 following extensive metastasis of lymphosarcoma.
Dr. Piersol, who was 85, was dean of the university's Graduate School of Medicine from 1954 to...
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