The Risks and Rewards of Being a Medical Research Subject
By Outrageous Fortune on April 21, 2014
Do you see how much Malachi is enjoying himself here?? This was a total shock to me!This is during our second visit in the OnTrack study, a Canadian effort to track the progress of children with cerebral palsy. The idea is to be able to give medical professionals (and thus parents) a clearer picture of what a child with cerebral palsy can be expected to be able to do as they grow up.Although I am wary of children being pigeonholed, I for one would welcome this sort of information. . . .
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