Essay Eight


 

 Human Research Specimen Exploitation
An Analysis of Common Rule
by   
Anthony N. Lalli
January 22, 1999
copyrights 1999 (c) Anthony N. Lalli All Rights Reserved

 

Introduction
United States human research subject protection policy, contained in Common Rule (1) has a void in the notion of minimal risk, and that is especially apparent when the policy addresses the Scientists’ rights to the human research subject’s specimens. In this essay, the supposition that every American may be at significant risk because their bodily specimens [by the word specimen, I do not mean to include human organs] are unprotected will be developed.

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