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Understanding the benefits and burdens associated with a malaria human infection study in Kenya: experiences of study volunteers and other stakeholders

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Background Human infection studies (HIS) that involve deliberately infecting healthy volunteers with a pathogen raise important ethical issues, including the need to ensure that benefits and burdens are understood and appropriately accounted for. Building on earlier work, we embedded social science research within an ongoing malaria human infection study in coastal Kenya to understand the study benefits and burdens experienced by study stakeholders in this low-resource settin... Expand abstract
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Published
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Peer reviewed

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10.1186/s13063-021-05455-7

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0000-0002-2727-2693

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Wellcome Trust
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203077/Z/16/Z - CORE milestone
203077/B/16/Z CORE
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BioMed Central
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Volume:
22
Issue:
1
Article number:
494
Publication date:
2021-07-26
Acceptance date:
2021-07-13
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1745-6215
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English
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1187591
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2021-07-27

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