The following “2” questions need to be addressed and answered:
(1) Can conflicts of interest be avoided in research?
(2) Dr. Jim Wilson, of the Jesse Gelsinger case, once said that he was offended at being thought to care about the financial implications of research success. He stated that, like all academics, he was motivated by the desire to be foremost in his field: promotion, recognition and honor were far more important than money. What do you think HRPPs should make of his assertion, in attempting to manage conflicts of interest?
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