- Is it morally wrong to ask patients who are most affected by a pandemic, such as HIV, to participate in a clinical trial?
- How can researchers make sure that they are not exploiting those who are most vulnerable to the pandemic?
- After a clinical trial is over, do researchers have a moral obligation to provide care to the participants?
- Once a clinical trial ends, and the results show that the treatment is safe and effective, do the participants have a right to receive this treatment?
Friday, January 11, 2013
[PHI 2200] Ethical riddles in HIV research
The story told by Boghuma Kabisen Titanji in this TED talk raises interesting questions about research ethics: