Mason, S., Hussain-Gambles, M., Leese, B., Atkin, K. and Brown, B. (2003) Representation of South Asian people in randomised clinical trials: analysis of trials' data. BMJ, 326 (7401). pp. 1244-1245. ISSN 0959-8138Full text available as:
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Excluding patients of ethnic minority groups from clinical trials is unethical, introduces substantial bias, and means that findings are based on unrepresentative populations. The National Institutes of Health Revitalization Act 1993 requires that all minority groups be represented in the sample in research projects supported by the National Institutes of Health, unless there is a clear and compelling justification not to do so. In the United Kingdom no such legislation exists.
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