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Research Ethics Roundup: No Voluntary Compliance of New Common Rule Changes, President Proposes Large NIH Cuts, Using Technology Instead of Animals in Research, FDA Commissioner Nominee Announced

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup examines why legal experts are advising against voluntary compliance of Common Rule changes, President Trump’s plan for the National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s budget, the debate over whether technology can replace animal models in research, and the reaction to President Trump’s pick for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner.

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