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<div> <p>There was a time when research involving human subjects was not couched in the relatively innocuous terms like &ldquo;clinical trials&rdquo; or &ldquo;research,&rdquo; but labeled baldly as an &ldquo;experiment.&rdquo;</p> </div>

Language Creep and Informed Consent: When Did ‘Human Experiments’ Become ‘Clinical Trials?’

Surprisingly, not in immediate aftermath of Nuremberg Trials