Guidance for Ethics Oversight of COVID-19 Research in Response to Emerging Evidence
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Health-related research with human subjects is an essential component of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This document aims to guide the ethics analysis and procedures for the oversight of COVID-19-related research in light of the rapid production of evidence during the pandemic.
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