Pregnant Women Face ‘Default’ Exclusion From Clinical Trials

10:18 EST 21 Jan 2020 | Relias Media

With the revised Common Rule removing pregnant women from the list of “vulnerable populations” in 2019, it is time for IRBs to reconsider the default exclusion of expectant mothers from clinical trials, a bioethicist argued in a new paper.

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