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The successful and appropriate translation of medical research into health care practice can present a wide range of important ethical challenges. If ethical and social issues are not identified, analysed and sensitively and appropriately addressed as the research progresses, they have the potential to become significant roadblocks to the successful completion of the research and its translation into important health benefits. The Ethox Centre has a major research interest in the ethical issues arising in the day-to-day practice of medical research.

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