Monday, June 12, 2006

Canada Rejects Nuremberg Code

See the article That was then, this is now, by Hilary White
The Nuremberg Code's requirement for voluntary consent from human research subjects has been highly influential in the development of national research ethics policies. However, strict adherence to the Nuremberg Code would curtail some types of socially important research and research involving children and adults not able to consent for themselves.

... Consequently, some research may proceed without the voluntary consent of the research subject.
THAT is why we call this ths "Culture of Death".

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