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This book examines the ethical controversies that have surrounded the design and conduct of international medical research sponsored by industrialized countries or industry, and carried out in developing countries. Is it acceptable to lower the ethical standards adopted in the industrialized world when carrying out research in developing, or resource-poor, countries? Ruth Macklin concludes that double standards in medical research are ethically unacceptable
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Matti Häyry (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈmɑtti ˈhæyry]; born 20.9.1956) is Professor of Philosophy at Aalto University School of Business in Helsinki, Finland.
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