Scientific Investigations on Man

A Medical Research Worker’s Viewpoint
  • Michael B. Shimkin


Scientific investigations on human beings have a rich tradition, have yielded many important advances for the betterment of man, and will continue to have an increasingly larger role in biomedical research.


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© Plenum Press, New York 1976

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  • Michael B. Shimkin

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