Are You Just Seeking Approval: Digging Deep into Biobanking Ethics

In biomedical research, ‘ethics’ is often approached as an administrative task in which biobanks agree to abide by a series of risk mitigation regulations mandated to them by an authority. However, a deeper look at ‘ethics’ soon highlights that it is not a thing you ‘get’ by applying to a committee for approval. Rather, ethics is a branch of philosophy that studies morality – the good-bad duality.

Read this article by Dr. Daniel Catchpoole, associate professor, The University of Technology Sydney, that explains the necessity to maintain a clear and consistent ethical framework to use the biospecimen resources best.

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