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There are a variety of models for research ethics consultation services (RECS), but a common factor that has made these new ethics boards appealing to top U.S. health officials and foundations is the idea that they can work collaboratively with IRBs to improve human subjects protection, an expert says.

'Sled dogs' haul research into unmapped territory