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Volume 3, Number 4, Fall 2003

Articles

Moral Responsiveness in Pediatric Research Ethics
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: Moeller, Carol J.

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Should Children Decide Whether They Are Enrolled in Nonbeneficial Research?
pp. 1-7(7)
Authors: Wendler, David; Shah, Seema

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Guiding IRBs and Educating Researchers
pp. 4-4(1)
Author: Wood, Jeremy

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Not Just How, but Whether: Revisiting Hans Jonas
pp. 7-8(2)
Author: Wolpe, Paul Root

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We Need Substantive Criteria for Decisions by Children
pp. 8-9(2)
Author: Frader, Joel E.

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Sham Surgery: Not an Oxymoron
pp. 8-9(2)
Author: Kowalski, Charles J.

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Rethink "Affirmative Agreement," but Abandon "Assent"
pp. 9-11(3)
Author: Joffe, Steven

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Knowing Who You Want to Be When You Grow Up: Implications for Pediatric Assent
pp. 14-15(2)
Authors: Sharp, Richard R.; Quigley, Rosemary B.

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Narrative Portrayals of Genes and Human Flourishing
pp. 15-21(7)
Authors: Kalbian, Aline H.; Shepherd, Lois

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Children's Consent to Research Participation: Social Context and Personal Experience Invalidate Fixed Cutoff Rules
pp. 16-18(3)
Authors: Ashcroft, Richard; Goodenough, Trudy; Williamson, Emma; Kent, Julie

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Assent and Dissent in 407 Research with Children
pp. 18-19(2)
Author: Murphy, Timothy F.

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The Limits of Altruism and Arbitrary Age Limits
pp. 19-21(3)
Authors: Baylis, Françoise; Downie, Jocelyn

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Altruism, Children, and Nonbeneficial Research
pp. 21-23(3)
Author: McGee, Ellen M.

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Public Mistrust: The Unrecognized Risk of the CDC Smallpox Vaccination Program
pp. 22-25(4)
Authors: Sankar, Pamela; Schairer, Cynthia; Coffin, Susan

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What's Altruism Got to Do with It?
pp. 23-24(2)
Author: Robinson, Walter M.

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Taking Children Seriously: What's so Important about Assent?
pp. 25-26(2)
Author: Diekema, Douglas S.

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Context in Shaping the Ability of a Child to Assent to Research
pp. 29-30(2)
Author: Fernandez, Conrad V.

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Preventing Exploitation in Pediatric Research
pp. 31-32(2)
Author: Botkin, Jeffrey R.

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Detainee Ethics: Terrorists as Research Subjects
pp. 32-33(2)
Author: Moreno, Jonathan D.

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Children under Age 14 Deserve More
pp. 33-34(2)
Author: Taylor, Holly A.

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Child Assent Revisited
pp. 37-38(2)
Author: Ladd, Rosalind Ekman

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Sham Surgery: An Ethical Analysis
pp. 41-48(8)
Author: Miller, Franklin G.

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Surgical Research, an Elusive Entity
pp. 49-50(2)
Authors: Reitsma, Angelique M.; Moreno, Jonathan D.

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Does Placebo Surgery-Controlled Research Call for New Provisions to Protect Human Research Participants?
pp. 50-53(4)
Authors: Vawter, Dorothy E.; Gervais, Karen G.; Freeman, Thomas B.

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If the Goal Is Relief, What's Wrong with a Placebo?
pp. 53-54(2)
Author: Stock, Gregory

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Sham Neurosurgery in Parkinson's Disease: Ethical at the Time
pp. 54-56(3)
Author: Fletcher, John C.

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An Innovative Paradigm for Clinical Research
pp. 59-61(3)
Author: Rhodes, Rosamond

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Sham Surgery and Genuine Standards of Care: Can the Two be Reconciled?
pp. 61-64(4)
Authors: London, Alex John; Kadane, Joseph B.

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Sham Surgery in Research: A Surgeon's View
pp. 65-66(2)
Author: Angelos, Peter

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Social Aspects of Sham Surgeries
pp. 70-71(2)
Author: Leeds, Hilary S.

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