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NIH misconduct rules reviewed. Ted Agres. The Scientist. 2004-04-26.
URL: http://www.biomedcentral.com/news/20040426/04 (Requires free registration.)
Polio Vaccine Testers Mark Anniversary. Lauren Frayer. AP. 2004-04-26.
URL: http://apnews.myway.com/article/20040426/D826ORVO1.html (Requires free registration.)
The Tribulations of Clinical Trials. Susan Warner. The Scientist. 2004-04-26.
Gays Worry Bills Would Halt Medical Care. Kathy Barks Hoffman. AP. 2004-04-23.
Two students settle drug testing lawsuit. Associated Press. 2004-04-23.
Arsenic Poisonings Provide Valuable Data. David Sharp. Associated Press. 2004-04-23.
Health fears halt vaccine trial. Alison Abbott. Nature. 2004-04-15.
On the medical front line. Ann Geracimos. The Washington Times. 2004-04-13.
Clinical trials without ethical review under the spotlight. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 2004 [April];82(4). April 2004.
NIH Tackling Tricky Ethics Reform. Dana Wilkie. The Scientist. 2004-04-12.
URL: http://www.the-scientist.com/yr2004/apr/prof1_040412.html (Requires free registration.)
Bernard A. Schwetz to Head Office for Human Research Protections. HHS News Release. 2004-04-08.
Jury finds Hutch not negligent in 4 deaths. David Heath and Luke Timmerman. The Seattle Times. 2004-04-09.
Related: Opening Statements. Marian Dagosto et al. v. The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Case No. 03-2-16586-7. Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of King. Available from http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/news/local/links/openingstatements.pdf
Closing Arguments. Marian Dagosto et al. vs The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Case No. 03-2-16586-7. Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of King. Available from http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/news/local/links/closingarguments.pdf
Cardiologist cleared of consent complaint. Susan FitzGerald and Karl Stark. The Philadelphia Inquirer. 2004-04-07.
Former A.I. duPont cardiologist cleared. Adam Taylor, Laura Ungar, and Jennifer Goldblatt. The Delaware News Journal. 2004-04-08.
Board of medical practice clears physician. Jennifer Goldblatt, Laura Ungar and Adam Taylor. The Delaware News Journal. 2004-04-07.
State faults hospital for use of stent. Adam Taylor, Laura Ungar, and Jennifer Goldblatt. The Delaware News Journal. 2004-04-07.
UK firm tried HIV drug on orphans. Anthony Barnett. The Observer. 2004-04-04.
A Godsend, Til A Life Unravels. Alan Zarembo and Benedict Cary. The Los Angeles Times. 2004-04-02.
Hospital asked to explain dismissals. Jennifer Goldblatt, Laura Ungar, and Adam Taylor. The Delaware News Journal. 2004-04-01.
Last Updated: 2006-09-04
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