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Subject:   CBS News Raises Issue of Research Subject Safety
Date:   2005-08-21

CBS Evening News on Monday, August 15, raised the issue of safety among research subjects, in the current climate in which researchers, often with conflicts of interest, minimize the reporting of adverse events. Paul Gelsinger, Vice-President of CIRCARE and Adil Shamoo, CIRCARE founder, were interviewed for the story. See:

Dangers Of Medical Studies. Sharyl Attkisson. CBS Evening News. 2005-08-15
URL (Video clip): http://tinyurl.com/b6ejw

If you prefer a transcript, one is is available at:   http://www.circare.org/media/cbseveningnews_20050816.pdf

Michael A. Susko MS, CIRCARE President (410) 499-4895

Adil Shamoo Ph.D., CIRCARE Co-Founder (410) 706-3327

Paul Gelsinger, CIRCARE Vice President

Elizabeth Woeckner MA, CIRCARE Board of Directors


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Last Updated: 2005-12-11

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