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The legacy of scandals and non-scandals in research and its lessons for bioethics in India

Mala Ramanathan, Amar Jesani

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2012.002


A case study entitled “Observational study of cervical cancer”, on research undertaken in a south Asian country, published in a compilation of case studies by Cash and others , is the subject of a collection of commentaries in this issue of IJME. The range of responses reflects the commentators’ individual disciplinary orientations and views on the state of medical practice in those times, and the ethical standards that applied.

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