1. Should Children Decide Whether They Are Enrolled in Nonbeneficial Research?
  2. David Wendler, Seema Shah
  3. pp. 1-7
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  1. We Need Substantive Criteria for Decisions by Children
  2. Joel E. Frader
  3. pp. 8-9
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  1. Rethink "Affirmative Agreement," but Abandon "Assent"
  2. Steven Joffe
  3. pp. 9-11
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  1. Knowing Who You Want to Be When You Grow Up: Implications for Pediatric Assent
  2. Richard R. Sharp, Rosemary B. Quigley
  3. pp. 14-15
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  1. Assent and Dissent in 407 Research with Children
  2. Timothy F. Murphy
  3. pp. 18-19
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  1. The Limits of Altruism and Arbitrary Age Limits
  2. Francoise Baylis, Jocelyn Grant Downie
  3. pp. 19-21
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  1. Altruism, Children, and Nonbeneficial Research
  2. Ellen M. McGee
  3. pp. 21-23
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  1. What's Altruism Got to Do with It?
  2. Walter M. Robinson
  3. pp. 23-24
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  1. Taking Children Seriously: What's so Important about Assent?
  2. Douglas S. Diekema
  3. pp. 25-26
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  1. A Goodness-of-Fit Ethic for Child Assent to Nonbeneficial Research
  2. Celia B. Fisher
  3. pp. 27-28
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  1. Context in Shaping the Ability of a Child to Assent to Research
  2. Conrad V. Fernandez
  3. pp. 29-30
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  1. Preventing Exploitation in Pediatric Research
  2. Jeffrey R. Botkin
  3. pp. 31-32
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  1. Children under Age 14 Deserve More
  2. Holly Taylor
  3. pp. 33-34
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  1. Why Shouldn't Children Decide Whether They Are Enrolled in Nonbeneficial Medical Research?
  2. Ritva Halila, Salla Lotjonen
  3. pp. 35-36
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  1. Child Assent Revisited
  2. Rosalind Ekman Ladd
  3. pp. 37-38
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  1. Sham Surgery: An Ethical Analysis
  2. Franklin G. Miller
  3. pp. 41-48
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  1. Surgical Research, an Elusive Entity
  2. Angelique M. Reitsma, Jonathan D. Moreno
  3. pp. 49-50
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  1. If the Goal is Relief, What's Wrong with a Placebo?
  2. Gregory Stock
  3. pp. 53-54
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  1. Sham Neurosurgery in Parkinson's Disease: Ethical at the Time
  2. John C. Fletcher
  3. pp. 54-56
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  1. The Physician's Role, "Sham Surgery," and Trust: A Conflict of Duties?
  2. Chalmers C. Clark
  3. pp. 57-58
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  1. An Innovative Paradigm for Clinical Research
  2. Rosamond Rhodes
  3. pp. 59-61
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  1. Sham Surgery and Genuine Standards of Care: Can the Two be Reconciled?
  2. Alex John London, Joseph B. Kadane
  3. pp. 61-64
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  1. Sham Surgery in Research: A Surgeon's View
  2. Peter Angelos
  3. pp. 65-66
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  1. Sham Surgery: To Cut or Not to Cut--That Is the Ethical Dilemma
  2. Peter A. Clark
  3. pp. 66-68
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  1. The Sham Surgery Debate and the Moral Complexity of Risk-Benefit Analysis
  2. Scott Y. H. Kim
  3. pp. 68-70
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  1. Social Aspects of Sham Surgeries
  2. Hilary S. Leeds
  3. pp. 70-71
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  1. Contributors
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  1. Editorial: Not Just How, but Whether: Revisiting Hans Jonas
  2. Paul Root Wolpe
  3. pp. vii-viii
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