Are the Ethical Committees for pharmacological research bureaucratic bodies?

  • Bruno Mario Cesana | brnmrcesana@gmail.com Associate Professor of Medical Statistics, University of Brescia; President of the Ethical Committee of Milan Area 3, Milan, Italy.

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2018-01-04
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Keywords:
Ethical Committees, bureaucratic bodies, pharmacological research, Italy
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How to Cite
Cesana, B. M. (2018). Are the Ethical Committees for pharmacological research bureaucratic bodies?. Journal of Public Health Research, 6(3). https://doi.org/10.4081/jphr.2017.1340