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Research Ethics Roundup: Genome-Wide Association Studies Raise Diversity Concerns , India’s New Clinical Trial Guidelines, the European Medicines Agency’s Transparency Push, and Primate Research in the United Kingdom

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup examines new findings on who benefits from genome-wide association studies, India’s new informed consent provisions, the European Union’s new clinical study report policy, and British researchers’ arguments for non-human primate research.

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