Independent review adds to controversy at Sick Kids

Shuchman, Miriam
February 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;2/09/99, Vol. 160 Issue 3, p386
Academic Journal
Reports on the continuing controversy surrounding Dr. Nancy Olivieri of Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children (HSC). Olivieri's involvement in clinical trials for a drug called deferiprone; Concerns she had regarding side effects of the drug; Her failure to accurately report those concerns; Investigation launched to learn more details of the study and of Olivieri's actions.


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