In defence of Helsinki and human rights
This paper argues that the tensions and alleged conflicts between Helsinki and human rights instruments are overstated, and that the latest version of the DoH is an important complement to human rights instruments in protecting the rights of disadvantaged populations and participants in biomedical research.
A Plomer, Department of Law, University of Sheffield, UK
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Date published: 2012-11-23
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