Ethical Rules In Human Experiments Essay

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Emphasizing the importance of ethical rules which must be obeyed in human experiments,
Reminds that experiments should be carried on in order to prevent needless physical and intellectual suffering and injury and produce affective results for the good of society,
Fully aware that since the beginning of 20th century, lots of humans experiments were tried which were called as unethical without any knowledge,
Observing interest groups and institutions have worked to design policies and oversight to ensure that future human subject research would be ethical and legal,
Draws attention to all experiments which were performed on and risked the human subjects’ lives, especially children and mentally disabled individuals, poor, racial minorities and
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Further encourages the establishment of new hospitals in the areas where this issue is crucial and common which will:

a. work in order to create awareness and protect the rights of human experiment victims
b. treat the victims both physically and mentally
c. be built and funded by bodies such as but not limited to:
i. World Bank ii. NGOs iii. Member States of UN
8. Proposes to raise public awareness in the world by:
a. The effective use of technology and mass media such as but not limited to
i. Commercials ii. Billboards iii. Advertisements iv. Social media;
b. Providing verbal information on the issue of setting boundaries on human experiments by
i. Holding monthly schedule of free open public seminars that will be formed by experts on the issue and the seminar will have a specific locations decided where the citizens of many countries could safely and easily reach in order to be guided with the information provided by the experts ii. Designating an annual congress in certain available locations called the Congress human experimentation that will be arranged for the collaboration of many governments and the people that will be supervised by UN officials iii. Organizing weekly conferences at some parts of countries that will include the participation of lecturers and
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