Clinical, Ethical and Legal Implications of Clinical Trials of Dependence or Potentially Dependence Producing Drugs

  • P. H. Connell
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The problems arising from the topics which form the subject matter of this communication have been of increasing concern during the last 7–10 years. Time has not allowed exhaustive researches into the literature which, although small, is tucked away in various journals and books not readily available.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. H. Connell
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  1. 1.Drug Dependence, Clinical, Research Treatment UnitThe Maudsley HospitalLondon, S.E. 5Great Britain

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