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UC-Davis ban spurs new human research policies

The University of California-Davis (UC-Davis) has developed policies and medical-staff advisories designed to avoid confusion about the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) requirements, after two of its neurosurgery researchers were banned from conducting research on people.

The accusation, as reported originally by the Sacramento Bee on 22 July, is that the two faculty members conducted medical research on dying brain cancer patients without the university’s permission.

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