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Research Ethics Roundup: Enrolling Women in Concussion Studies, China Tests CRISPR Gene-Editing in Humans, Contentious FDA Hearing on Off-Label Promotion, and Social Housing for Lab Mice

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup reviews researchers’ efforts to learn about how traumatic brain injury affects women’s brains, the first CRISPR gene-editing human subjects trial, why patient groups object to changing FDA rules on off-label promotion, and scientists’ arguments for why living conditions for lab mice need to change. Wanted: Women’s Brains — to Jump-Start […]

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