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Research ethics and lessons from Hwanggate: what can we learn from the Korean cloning fraud?
|Title||Research ethics and lessons from Hwanggate: what can we learn from the Korean cloning fraud?|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Authors||Saunders, R., and Savulescu Julian|
|Journal||Journal of Medical Ethics|
|Keywords||& , (South); , -- , aspects; , CLONING; , DONATION , etc.; , ethical , Hwang , KOREA , Moral , of , organs , organs, , Publishing; , research , SCIENCE , students; , tissues , tissues, , WOO-Suk|
The author discusses the Korean cloning scandal involving Woo-Suk Hwang, and looks at the general problems this case raises for scientific research. Six possible was of addressing these problems include developing better methods for education science students, independent monitoring and validation, developing guidelines for tissue donation for research and fostering a debate about ethically contentious research in science journals. The article also discusses the feasibility of the development of an international code of ethical research practice and the potential of fostering of public involvement in ethical review and debate through the web.
Saunders, R. 1; Email Address: email@example.com Savulescu, J.; Affiliation: 1: Department of Statistics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK; Source Info: Mar2008, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p214; Subject Term: RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: CLONING; Subject Term: SCIENCE students; Subject Term: DONATION of organs, tissues, etc.; Subject Term: SCIENCE publishing; Subject Term: KOREA (South); NAICS/Industry Codes: 511130 Book Publishers; People: WOO-Suk Hwang; Number of Pages: 8p; Illustrations: 3 bw; Document Type: Article