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Lax oversight by Pitt enabled Schatten fiasco. Jennifer Bails and Luis Fabregas. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. 2006-04-23.
Drug trials outsourced to India. BBC News. 2006-04-23.
Related: Drug Trials: The Dark Side. This World. BBC Two. Paul Kenyon, Producer / Director and Karen O'Connor, Executive Producer. 2006-04-27. Available from http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/this_world/4924012.stm
Trial and Errors. R. Krishnakumar. Frontline. 22(25):2005-11-08. Available from http://www.flonnet.com/fl2225/stories/20051216005102200.htm
An award and some claims. R. Krishnakumar. Frontline. 22(25):2005-11-08. Available from http://www.flonnet.com/fl2225/stories/20051216006402800.htm
'Johns Hopkins is committed to acting ethically, morally and legally.' R. Krishnakumar. Frontline. 22(25):2005-11-08. Available from http://www.flonnet.com/fl2225/stories/20051216005403000.htm
'Erimos has broadened the research.' R. Krishnakumar. Frontline. 22(25):2005-11-08. Available from http://www.flonnet.com/fl2225/stories/20051216004602400.htm
Drug firms try new tactics to lure test subjects. Laura Cutland. San Jose Business Journal. 2006-04-23.
Healing prayers all about faith. Arthur Caplan and Glenn McGee. The Albany Times-Union. 2006-04-23.
Firm Seeks Crackdown on Custom Made Drugs. Andrew Bridges. Associated Press (courtesty of The Washington Post). 2006-04-21.
URL: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/04/21/AR2006042100277_pf.html (Free registration required.)
Drug trial victims offered £5,000. BBC News. 2006-04-19.
That's Outrageous: show us the money. Michael Crowley. Reader's Digest. May, 2006.
WU gains rights to tissue samples. Tina Hesman Saey. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 2006-04-17.
Patients seeking transplants turn to China. Vanessa Hua. The San Francisco Chronicle. 2006-04-17.
Related: China International Organ Transplant Center. China International Organ Transplant Center web site. Available from http://en.zoukiishoku.com/
Yeson International Healthcare Network. Transplant Opportunity in China. Yeson International Healthcare Network web site. Available from http://yeson.com/english/Why_China_4.2.htm
Japanese Flock to China for Organ Transplants. David McNeill and Clifford Coonan. Japan Focus. 2006-04-02. Available from http://japanfocus.org/article.asp?id=566
DeLeon E. Transplant Tales: To China and Back. Transplant Tales blog. Available from http://newfilter.blogspot.com/
Country Reports on Human Rights Practices — 2005. China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau). U.S. Department of State. 2006-03-08. Available from http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2005/61605.htm
Victims could lose out after doubts about insurance cover. Clare Dyer, John Carvel, and Polly Curtis. The Guardian. 2006-04-17.
Scientist reaches deal in U.S. over stolen genetic data. The Japan Times. 2006-04-17.
Drug trial man 'may lose fingers.' BBC News. 2006-04-16.
Taking the least of you. Rebecca Skloot. The New York Times. 2006-04-16.
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/16/magazine/16tissue.html?ei=5070&en=30071597850b5679&ex=1145851200&pagewanted=all (Free registration required.)
Hospital balks at transplanting kidney found through media plea. Rob Haneisen. MetroWest Daily News. 2006-04-16.
Many Researchers Break the Rules: Study. Amanda Gardner. HealthDay News. 2006-04-13.
Patients warned about unproven spinal surgery. David Cyranoski. Nature. 2006;440:850-851.
Panel to expose fraudulent medical research. Alexandra Smith. The Guardian. 2006-04-12.
Salt in the wound. Glenn McGee. The Scientist. 2006;20(4):26.
Parexel Misled Subjects Sickened in London Study, Ethicists Say. David Evans. Bloomberg News. 2006-04-09.
FBI Investigating UCI Liver Transplant Center. Christian Berthelsen. The Los Angeles Times. 2006-04-09.
URL: http://www.latimes.com/features/health/medicine/la-me-uci9apr09,1,5214458.story?coll=la-health-medicine (Free registration required.)
Drug trial firm knew of risk. The Observer. Jo Revill. 2006-04-09.
Did he die for a $150 trial bonus. The Sunday Telegraph. 2006-04-09.
Related Smith A, Vollmer-Conna U, Bennett B, Wakefield D, Hickie I, Lloyd A. The relationship between distress and the development of a primary immune response to a novel antigen. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. 2004;18:65-75. Available from http://www.somasimple.com/pdf_files/distress_immune.pdf
Watchdog 'was given warning on danger of drug trial'. Jeremy Laurance. The Independent. 2006-04-08.
Drug trials scrutinized as one goes horribly wrong. Elizabeth Rosenthal. The International Herald Tribune. 2006-04-07.
Drug trial man refuses more tests. BBC Health News. 2006-04-07.
Guarding the human guinea pigs. John Abramson. The Los Angeles Times. 2006-04-07.
URL: http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-abramson7apr07,0,3726724.story?coll=la-news-comment-opinions (Free registration required.)
UK drug trial effects were 'unpredicted'. Alison McCook. The Scientist. 2006-04-06.
Drug trial company provisionally cleared by medicines regulator. Polly Curtis. The Guardian. 2006-04-06.
Drugs research in chaos as inquiry finds no reason for failure of trials. Jeremy Laurance. The Independent. 2006-04-06.
Scientists are cleared of blame for drug trial that went wrong. Sam Lister. Times Online. 2006-04-06.
Drug trial disaster baffles experts, but report clears firm. Jenny Booth and Agencies. Times Online. 2006-04-05.
Drugs trial rules are tightened. BBC News Health. 2006-04-05.
U.K. Regulators Say Parexel Test Conducted Correctly (Update2). Eva von Schaper. Bloomberg News. 2006-04-05.
Related Press release: Latest findings on clinical trial suspension. Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) 2006-04-05. Available from http://www.mhra.gov.uk/home/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&useSecondary=true&ssDocName=CON2023515&ssTargetNodeId=389
TGN1412 Clinical Trial Documents. Available from http://www.circare.org/foia5/tgn1412.htm
Blood substitute draws praise, fire. Bruce Japsen. Chicago Tribune (republished by the Sun-Sentinel). 2004-04-03.
Drug trial lawyer 'being ignored.' BBC News Health. 2006-04-04.
Lab Grows Bladders From Cells of Patients. Jeff Donn. Boston (AP). 2006-04-04.
Drug trial man's fury at ordeal. BBC News Health. 2006-04-01.
Last Updated: 2006-06-02
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