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The Global Forum for Bioethics in Research: report of a meeting

Bebe Loff, Karen Hofman, Vasantha Muthuswamy


Over the past decade, funding for international research in low and middle-income countries has grown. As research activities have increased, so has the number of complex questions concerning the social and ethical dimensions of collaborative research. While the scientific and lay press have begun to take note of these concerns, until recently no platform existed for individuals from the developing world who are responsible for the ethical conduct of research in their countries, to engage in dialogue about how these issues might be approached in their own countries and in international collaborative research.

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