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Volume 184, Number 1, 17 May 1996

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Guidelines/codes of ethics: merging process and content
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Data protection and epidemiologic research
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Science, advocacy, human and environmental health
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Environmental integrity, racism and health
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Informed consent in the Czech Republic
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Causal inference in environmental epidemiology: the role of implicit values
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Empirical analyses of ethical misconduct in risk analyses
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Epidemiology in the courtroom: analysis of an ethical conflict
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Towards ethics guidelines for environmental epidemiologists
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