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Research Ethics Roundup: Unpublished Pediatric Research, Compensating Women for Eggs Donated to Research, and Senator Warren’s Case for Data Sharing

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup discusses a study on the low rate of publication of pediatric studies, the ethics of compensating women for eggs donated to research, Senator Elizabeth Warren’s argument for improved data sharing, and a study of standard versus semi-naturalistic caging for lab rats.

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