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Q&A with Dr. Carl Elliott: Making patient protection a priority for clinical trials

Q&A with Dr. Carl Elliott: Making patient protection a priority for clinical trials

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Ironic update: From the Los Angeles Times - "Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca will pay $68.5 million as part of a multistate settlement over allegations that it promoted its psychiatric drug Seroquel for unapproved uses, such as treating insomnia and Alzheimer's disease."

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If a subject dies during medical testing and had not previously been afforded the opportunity to fully and completely understand the risks, the result is, at a minimum, Manslaughter, or Murder. The University of Minnesota has employed several Murderers since the Operation Artichoke days. STOP THE MAYHEM AT THE U OF M NOW.

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