Jonathan Moreno: Twenty years ago, a committee appointed by President Bill Clinton reported on decades of radiation experiments conducted under the auspices of the federal government. I was a senior staff member of that committee. Even though I had been teaching bioethics for 15 years, I was stunned to discover that my understanding of my field was drastically incomplete

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Researchers who want to study Medicare or Medicaid patients with substance-use disorders — and illnesses disproportionately affecting them like H.I.V. and hepatitis C — are, at best, working with biased data. At worst, they’re flying blind

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TIE’s Aaron Carrol Blogs: I dragged myself out of bed this morning for day 59 of P90X3, and when I got back upstairs, I found my wife in a panic. Evidently, she had seen stories like this on Facebook: Popular sleep remedies and hayfever pills ‘increase risk of Alzheimer’s by more than 50%’

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Our Nancy Kass addresses this question on Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast

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Human subjects research regulations as a product of historical forces

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