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Foster Child Drug Trials
July 20, 2005 permalink
The New York Times has published a defense of the drug trials in which foster children were used as test subjects. The Times faults critics for publishing stories lacking real names of victims, without mentioning that publication of names of foster children is in many places forbidden by law. The article does not deal with the central problem, that children were enrolled not through informed consent, but by force of arms.
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