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False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception.
|Title||False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1987|
|Authors||Appelbaum, PS, Roth LH, Lidz CW, Benson P., and Winslade William J.|
|Journal||Hastings Cent Report|
|Keywords||as , Clinical , Comprehension; , Consent; , Control , Disclosure; , Disorders; , Double-Blind , education , Experimentation; , Groups; , Human , Humans; , Ill , Informed , Mental , Mentally , Method; , Nontherapeutic , patient , Persons; , research , Research; , RISK , Subjects; , Topic; , trials|
The author discusses some of the ethical issues that arise in clinical trials when a randomized, double-blind trial is being run for general knowledge about the treatments, but human participants believe they will personally benefit from the treatment. The article discusses the importance of study protocols, informed consent, and the tough role doctors face in regard to their role as a doctor to their patient, and their role as a researcher.
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