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Foreword by Daniel M. Fox and Samuel L. Milbank     ix
Acknowledgments                                     xi
INTRODUCTION: AN IMPERATIVE?                         1
1. THE EMERGENCE AND GROWTH OF THE
   RESEARCH IMPERATIVE                                 II
2. PROTECTING THE INTEGRITY OF SCIENCE                  36
3. IS RESEARCH A MORAL OBLIGATION?                      57
4. CURING THE SICK, HELPING THE SUFFERING, ENHANCING
   THE WELL                                            85
5. ASSESSING RISKS AND BENEFITS                        114
6. USING HUMANS FOR RESEARCH                           133
7. PLURALISM, BALANCE, AND CONTROVERSY                 165
8. DOING GOOD AND DOING WELL                           201
9. ADVOCACY AND PRIORITIES FOR RESEARCH                235
10. RESEARCH AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST                    259





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Medicine Research Social aspects United States, Research United States, Ethics, Research United States, Morals United States