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Perceptions of parents on the participation of their infants in clinical research
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    Parents and paediatric research : Need for a wider perspective
    • Parameswaran Anoop, Clinical fellow in Paediatric Haemato-Oncology
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      • M. A. Anjay, Research Fellow in Paediatrics, Airedale General Hospital

    Dear Editor,

    Gammelgaard et al have to be commended for their study which attempts to throw light on some of the complex issues, ethical and otherwise, surrounding parental attitudes towards research in children.(1) While agreeing broadly with the authors' conclusions regarding the feasibility of setting up a research project which conforms to parental perceptions, we would like to stress the need for viewing this i...

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