Podcast: the ethics of translational research

Translational research aims to carry across (literally, translate) the results of basic science into interventions that approve health.

“Concerns are growing over the ethics of translational research. But not all such research is morally problematic. That’s according to  Neema Sofaer and Nir Eyal in the August 2010 issue of the American Journal of Bioethics. Neema discusses the issue in an interview with Lorell LaBoube of the Bioethics Channel.”

The quotation and podcast are from the Bioethics Channel, and appear with the Channel’s permission. The Bioethics Channel is a podcast produced by the Center for Practical Bioethics.

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