What do you do to prevent misuse of humans in clinical research experimentation? You come up with research ethics documents. The Declaration of Helsinki is a cornerstone ethics document of human research ethics developed by the World MEdical Association (WMA. The Declaration of Helsinki is sort of like a "revision" of to the Nuremberg Code, which many have argued lacked "basic substance" was also ambiguous in wording. The Declaration of Helsinki, for your information, was adopted in June of 1964 in Helsinki, Finland. Since its adoption, the Declaration of Helsinki has undergone six revisions, with the most recent having taken place at the General Assembly in October 2008. This document has three basic parts.
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