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Despite misunderstandings during the consent and randomization processes, mothers are ready to ignore their feelings in order to complete their child’s treatment
A critical examination of the discourse on benefit sharing reveals the concept as changing and lacking a definition; to strengthen advocacy and decisiveness in international benefit sharing practice, a legal framework is needed.
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