Tag: human challenge trial

Tag: human challenge trial

Human Challenge Trials for the COVID-19 Vaccine
June 10, 2022 Vision of Justice Astrid B. '23

Human Challenge Trials and COVID-19: The Risks, Rewards, and Ethics Behind Rapidly Developing a New Vaccine By Astrid Burns As the historic COVID-19 pandemic spread rapidly around the globe, medical researchers in the UK arranged human challenge trials to fast track discovery of safe and effective vaccines. These trials necessitated tests to determine the amount

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Consequences and Conscience
June 4, 2021 Vision of Justice Serena Z. '23

The Ethical Pitfalls of Using Consequentialism to Justify Unethical Experimentation By Serena Zheng This paper will ultimately focus on the ethical pitfalls of using various derivatives of consequentialism to justify unethical conduct in the form of experiments on institutionalized populations. The question of whether it is ethical to justify the suffering of a group of

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