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Responsible Research: A Systems Approach to Protecting Research Participants
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Wilson D and Heath D. 2001d, March 13. With a year or two to live, woman joined test in which she was misled. The Seattle Times. p. A1.
Wilson D and Heath D. 2001e, March 14. He helped create the biotech boom and when it went bust, so did he. The Seattle Times. p. A1.
Wilson D and Heath D. 2001f, March 14. No wonder they call the place “Mother Hutch”. The Seattle Times. p. A9.
Wilson D and Heath D. 2001g, March 15. The Hutch zealously guards its secrets. The Seattle Times. p. A1.
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