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Would you do medical trials ?

after recent reports of medical trials going wrong. 1 report mentioned the blokes head swelled up to 3 times the size of normal. Would u test drugs for 2 thousand pounds ?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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I MUST ASSURE YOU THAR IN INDIA ANY TRIAL HAS TO BE APPROVED FROM ETICAL COMMITY,MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA.
THERE IS ALWAYS ALIMAL STUDY BEFORE HUMAN TRAIL,THEN ALSO HUMAN TRIALS ARE MADE MORE SAFER BY USING SAFTEY MEASURES.
I AM ALSO A RESERCHER,AND AS A DOCTOR AND RESEARCHER I MUST CONFIRM YOU THAT WE CARE HUMAN VALUES WITH GREATEST PRIORITY.
WE NEVER ALLOW SACRIFICATION ON ANY HUMAN BY OBTAINING A WORLD CLASS STANDARDS,INDIAN DOCTORS ARE PROUD OF THEIR ETHICS AND VALUES.
I ALSO CONDEMN ANY NONETHICAL PRACTICES.
MANY DOCTORS HAVE BURNT THEIR OWN HAND IN OBTAINING THE MAZIC RAY AND MAKING IT SAFER FOR PATIENTS.X-RAY NOW PART AND PARCLE OF MORDEN MEDICINE WAS MADE SUCCESSFUL BY BURNING THE OWN HANDS.SO ETHICS IS SUPREME FORCE IN MEDICINE.
Answered: Fri, 16 Sep 2011
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Hell no, dont think that the trial companies will ever be able to recruit anyone to be dummies now...
Answered: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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