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Research Ethics Roundup: New England Journal of Medicine Editor Wants Changes in Research Culture, Why Lab Animals Aren’t Simply “Human Stand-Ins,” Proposal for National Research Integrity Board, and FDA Approves Drugs Faster than European Medicines Agency

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup examines the New England Journal of Medicine’s (NEJM) editor-in-chief’s call for a new approach to sharing clinical trial data, how experts are trying to improve drug testing success rates by reviewing pre-clinical research assumptions, a National Academies committee’s call for a nongovernmental body to promote research integrity, and a new study that rebuts critics’ claims that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is slow to approve new drugs for the American market.

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