nontherapeutic research

nontherapeutic research

NIHspeak Research unlikely to produce a diagnostic, preventive, or therapeutic benefit to current subjects, which might benefit Pts with a similar condition in the future
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The opinion, for example, notes that "there are conflicting views in respect to nontherapeutic research, as to whether consent, even of a person capable of consenting, can justify a research protocol that is otherwise unjustifiable.
The enforcement of morals: nontherapeutic research on children: a reply to McCormick.
For nontherapeutic research with greater than minimal risk both parents must give their permission if feasible (1).
In the literature on children as subjects of research, it rears its head in the idea that if parents enroll their children in nontherapeutic research that poses more than minimal risk, then they are doing something wrong.
One author notes that "[s]ome ethics committees are prepared to consider sedation of healthy infants for nontherapeutic research, but this is becoming more exceptional, and there is a move to develop tests which can be performed during natural sleep without the need for sedation.
As with the recommendations for assent, professional organizations (AAP, SAM, SPN) take the position that adolescent refusal to participate in research should be considered binding (even in instances of parental permission), especially in cases of nontherapeutic research.
However, nine states forbid nontherapeutic research on extra-uterine human embryos, (77) with Louisiana requiring that any embryo manipulation be undertaken for the purpose of bringing about the development of a new human life.
6) Bioethicists generally reject nontherapeutic research (7) done on human subjects.
As a consequence, no form of nontherapeutic research on human embryos is prohibited by federal law; at the same time, no such research is supported with federal funds.
in nontherapeutic research or studies in which there is any risk of injury or damage to the health of the subject.
We hold that in Maryland a parent, appropriate relative, or other applicable surrogate, cannot consent to the participation of a child or other person under legal disability in nontherapeutic research or studies in which there is any risk of injury or damage to the health of the subject.
a court in Maryland rendered a preliminary opinion that nontherapeutic research on children was inappropriate (Court of Appeals of Maryland 2000; Glantz 2002).