1. Bioethics for the President and Bioethics for the People
  2. Glenn McGee
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. What Makes Placebo-Controlled Trials Unethical?
  2. Franklin G. Miller, Howard Brody
  3. pp. 3-9
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  1. When Argument Fails
  2. Charles Weijer
  3. pp. 10-11
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  1. Subject Indifference and the Justiªcation of Placebo-Controlled Trials
  2. Robert M. Veatch
  3. pp. 12-13
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  1. Avoiding a Jekyll-And-Hyde Approach to the Ethics of Clinical Research and Practice
  2. Trudo Lemmens, Paul B. Miller
  3. pp. 14-17
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  1. Are Concerns about the Ethics of Placebos a Stalking Horse for Other Issues?
  2. David Healy
  3. pp. 17-19
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  1. Exploiting Subjects in Placebo-Controlled Trials
  2. Nancy S. Jecker
  3. pp. 19-20
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  1. Therapeutic Beneficence and Placebo Controls
  2. Terrence F. Ackerman
  3. pp. 21-22
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  1. Clarifying the Ethics of Clinical Research: A Path toward Avoiding the Therapeutic Misconception
  2. Paul S. Appelbaum
  3. pp. 22-23
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  1. Failure to Conduct a Placebo-Controlled Trial May Be Unethical
  2. Peter J. Cohen
  3. p. 24
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  1. Kathleen Cranley Glass, Duff Waring
  2. pp. 25-26
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  1. Clinical Research Should Not Be Permitted to Escape the Ethical Orbit of Clinical Care
  2. David Steinberg
  3. pp. 27-28
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  1. Exploitation and the Ethics of Clinical Trials
  2. David B. Resnik
  3. pp. 28-30
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  1. I Thought We Were in This Together?
  2. Howard Trachtman
  3. pp. 30-31
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  1. Distinguishing Dilemmas in the Ethics of Placebo-Controlled Trials
  2. Karen Kovach
  3. pp. 32-33
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  1. Placebo Controls: Scientific and Ethical Issues
  2. Charles J. Kowalski
  3. pp. 33-34
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  1. Therapeutic Beneficence and Patient Recruitment in Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials
  2. Howard Mann
  3. pp. 35-36
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  1. Cynthia's Dilemma: Consenting to Heroin Prescription
  2. Louis C. Charland
  3. pp. 37-47
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  1. Who Holds the Leash?
  2. Carl Elliott
  3. p. 48
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  1. Unsafe Presumptions in Clinical Research
  2. Rosamond Rhodes
  3. pp. 49-51
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  1. Resisting the Temptations of Addiction Rhetoric
  2. Christian Perring
  3. pp. 51-52
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  1. Ethics and Heroin Prescription:
  2. Amber S. Orr, Matthew K. Wynia
  3. pp. 52-53
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  1. Commentary: Cynthia's Dilemma
  2. Charles P. O'Brien
  3. pp. 54-55
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  1. Cynthia's Dilemma
  2. Walter Ling
  3. pp. 55-56
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  1. A "Fix" of Reality
  2. Dana Katz, J. R. Neuberger
  3. pp. 56-57
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  1. Addiction and Consent
  2. Laura Weiss Roberts
  3. pp. 58-60
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  1. Choice, Rationality, and Substance Dependence
  2. Ian Freckelton
  3. pp. 60-61
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  1. Authenticity and the Hijacked Brain
  2. Carolyn McLeod
  3. pp. 62-63
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  1. Ethical Evaluation of Heroin-Prescription Research: An Insider's View
  2. Dominique Sprumont
  3. pp. 63-64
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  1. On Being a Bioethicist (review)
  2. Robert Baker
  3. pp. 65-69
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  1. Ward Ethics: Dilemmas for Medical Students and Doctors in Training (review)
  2. Armand H. Matheny Antommaria
  3. pp. 70-71
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-iv
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