Three other papers have been the subject of expressions of concern for the same reason, according to the website Retraction Watch which monitors questions raised over published research

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On 10 June 2017, a sunny and hot Saturday in Shenzhen, China, two couples came to the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) to discuss whether they would participate in a medical experiment that no researcher had ever dared to conduct

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Anonymized data sets are growing and it is becoming easier to identify individuals. Research-consent procedures must be updated to protect people from being targeted

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The FDA almost never tests products itself. But in May, JAMA published the results of a randomized trial, conducted by FDA researchers, to determine whether the chemicals in four commercially available sunscreens are absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream

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A giant data store quietly being built in India could free vast swathes of science for computer analysis — but is it legal?

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Dozens of databases of people’s faces are being compiled without their knowledge by companies and researchers, with many of the images then being shared around the world, in what has become a vast ecosystem fueling the spread of facial recognition technology

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As regulatory professionals tasked with protecting research subjects, it’s important to understand the unique risks and benefits of social media use for research

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Researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health will have access to health information from tribe members

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