Ethical issues in Alzheimer’s disease research involving human subjects

Journal of Medical Ethics 2017;43:852-856.
Author: Dena S Davis
“As we aggressively pursue research to cure and prevent Alzheimer’s disease, we encounter important ethical challenges. None of these challenges, if handled thoughtfully, would pose insurmountable barriers to research. But if they are ignored, they could slow the research process, alienate potential study subjects and do damage to research recruits and others.”
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