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Informed consent: Recruitment of volunteers for experimentation must involve the subjectʼs complete understanding of the procedures, risks, and demands that may be made.
Confidentiality: The researcher must hold all information gathered in an experiment in strict confidence, maintaining the subjectʼs anonymity at all times.
Protection from harm or danger: When using treatments that may have a temporary or permanent effect on a subject, the researcher must take all precautions to preserve the subjectʼs well-being.
Knowledge of outcome: Subjects have a right to receive an explanation for the experimental procedures and the results of the investigation.
Created by: micah10