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Miscellanea Medica

Miscellanea Medica President Limits Secret on Humans Experiments PRESIDENT CLINTON has directed tarded children who were deceived about and the assistant to the gence Agency federal stricter rules the of their for National to nature treatments. agencies adopt president Security Affairs, for the conduct of classified research on The committee made a series of rec¬ and risk to must be determined subjects human The directive follows ommendations to those it consultation with the director of the compensate subjects. by most of the recommendations made said were most White House Office of Science and Tech¬ by seriously wronged a committee he in 1994 to in- to the (JAMA. appointed 1995;274:993), open up nology Policy. radiation con- record these to the commit¬ vestigate experiments public regarding experi¬ Responding advisory ducted on the and human in tee's call for a review for to unsuspecting people by ments, protect subjects special process US the Cold War. secret research all classified human Clinton's government during government-supported research, In his March 27 Clinton in the future. the committee memo calls for the creation of institu¬ memorandum, Although directed federal new the need to tional review boards for secret to (IRBs) agencies propose recognized government's rules that would http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Miscellanea Medica

JAMA , Volume 277 (20) – May 28, 1997

Miscellanea Medica

Abstract

President Limits Secret on Humans Experiments PRESIDENT CLINTON has directed tarded children who were deceived about and the assistant to the gence Agency federal stricter rules the of their for National to nature treatments. agencies adopt president Security Affairs, for the conduct of classified research on The committee made a series of rec¬ and risk to must be determined subjects human The directive follows ommendations to those it consultation with the director of the compensate...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1997 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1997.03540440017007
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Abstract

President Limits Secret on Humans Experiments PRESIDENT CLINTON has directed tarded children who were deceived about and the assistant to the gence Agency federal stricter rules the of their for National to nature treatments. agencies adopt president Security Affairs, for the conduct of classified research on The committee made a series of rec¬ and risk to must be determined subjects human The directive follows ommendations to those it consultation with the director of the compensate subjects. by most of the recommendations made said were most White House Office of Science and Tech¬ by seriously wronged a committee he in 1994 to in- to the (JAMA. appointed 1995;274:993), open up nology Policy. radiation con- record these to the commit¬ vestigate experiments public regarding experi¬ Responding advisory ducted on the and human in tee's call for a review for to unsuspecting people by ments, protect subjects special process US the Cold War. secret research all classified human Clinton's government during government-supported research, In his March 27 Clinton in the future. the committee memo calls for the creation of institu¬ memorandum, Although directed federal new the need to tional review boards for secret to (IRBs) agencies propose recognized government's rules that would

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Published: May 28, 1997

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