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Research Ethics Roundup: The Ethics of Charging Patients for Research, Ruling on Personhood Status for Chimps, and More

From considering whether it is appropriate to ask patients to pay for research to the responsibility to share research data, this week’s Research Ethics Roundup explores some of the important ethical questions that emerge in the conduct of research.

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