July 2017
Journal of Health Care Law & Policy;2017, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p248
Academic Journal
The article discusess laws governing clinical trials in Africa. Topics discussed include ethical and legal challenges affecting clinical trials conducted in Africa; laws that govern research conducted in the country; and ethical guidelines governing human subjects research such as foreign institutions conduct clinical trials in Africa.


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