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Ethical Review Procedures for Clinical Trials in Greece

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Although traditional views on medical practice and a societal distrust of institutions have hampered the development of ethics committees, various legislative and ministerial actions have been taken in Greece in order to establish a firm basis for the ethical review of clinical trials. This paper examines the current status of ethics committees in Greece and the procedures for reviewing research protocols, which are fully in line with international guidelines.

Affiliations: 1: National School of Public Health, Athens, Greece; 2: Medical School, University of Athens, Greece


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