Kategorijų archyvai: Biomedicininių tyrimų etika

UK mulling vaccine trials that deliberately expose volunteers to Covid-19

The British government is exploring the possibility of clinical trials in which volunteers are deliberately exposed to coronavirus to test the effectiveness of vaccine candidates. In so-called „challenge trials,“ researchers give study subjects an experimental vaccine and then intentionally expose … Tęsti skaitymą

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Ethical or exploitative—should prisoners participate in COVID-19 vaccine trials?

As 38 clinical trials seek tens of thousands of volunteers to receive doses of experimental vaccines, researchers are discussing how to find and recruit participants effectively and ethically. Some researchers argue that including prisoners in studies could offer outsize health … Tęsti skaitymą

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Industry Body Calls Russian Covid-19 Vaccine a Pandora’s Box

Russia’s race to allow civilian use of a potential coronavirus vaccine before clinical trials are complete could put people at risk, according to a local association of multinational pharmaceutical companies. more

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Russia Approves Coronavirus Vaccine Before Completing Tests

The country’s regulators became the first in the world to approve a possible vaccine against the virus, despite warnings from the global authorities against cutting corners. more

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Trial by Fire: Critics Demand That a Huge Sepsis Study Be Stopped

A large government trial comparing treatments for a life-threatening condition called sepsis is putting participants at risk of organ failure and even death, critics charge, and should be immediately shut down. A detailed analysis of the trial design prepared by … Tęsti skaitymą

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Estija planuoja surinkti per 10 proc. savo gyventojų DNR

Estija atidaro DNR duomenų bazę, kurioje bus daugiau nei 150 tūkst. šalies gyventojų genetiniai duomenys ir kuri padės vykdant chroniškų ligų prevenciją, taip pat jas diagnozuojant ir gydant. daugiau

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Japan’s Unit 731 conducted sickening tests on Chinese. The perpetrators’ identities will now be revealed

A group of Japanese scholars is set to reveal the names of the members of a Japanese second world war germ warfare unit that infected and starved Chinese and allied POWs in a series of gruesome experiments. more

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Teenagers urged to take part in meningitis B vaccine trial

Teenagers in Great Britain are being asked to take part in a study to learn if immunising them against meningitis B could protect them and other people. more

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What you need to know about right-to-try legislation

The US House of Representatives passed a federal „right-to-try“ bill. The bill, backed by President Donald Trump, would give terminally ill patients the right to seek drug treatments that remain in clinical trials and have passed phase one of the … Tęsti skaitymą

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Is a Vitamin D placebo trial in children with asthma ethical?

In a 2017 article from India, researchers conducted a meta-analysis looking at vitamin D deficiency and asthma in children. They found a correlation—children with asthma were more likely to have a deficiency—but they did not find a causation. This week, … Tęsti skaitymą

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