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Q: Do clinical trials ever go wrong?

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A test to check for cancer of the cervix, the opening to a woman's womb. It is done by removing cells from the cervix. The cells are then prepared so they can be seen under a microscope.

  1. CNS: Decree 98 830: Collection by Foreigners of Data and Scientific Materials in Brazil (1990) (Portuguese)

  1. CONEP: Resolution 196/96: Rules on Research Involving Human Subjects (1996)
  2. Resolution 304/2000: On Complimentary Rules for Research Involving Indigenous People (2000)
  3. Internal CONEP Regulation (2001) (Portugese)
  4. Regulation of Resolution CNS 292/99 on Research with Foreign Cooperation (2002) (Portuguese)
  5. Resolution 346/2005: On Multicenter Research (2005) (Portuguese)
  6. CNS: Resolution 251/1997: On Complimentary Rules for Research with New Pharmaceutical Products, Medicines, Vaccines, and Diagnostic Tests (1997)

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