Research Ethics

PAGEPress policy towards bioethics, such as experiments and research involving human subjects and living organisms, respects:

  • the Declaration of Helsinki (1964 and successive revisions) developed by the World Medical Association (WMA) that safeguards ethical principles for medical research involving human subjects, including research on identifiable human material and data.

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  • the National Institute of Health Animal Welfare Act (7 U.S.C. 2131 and successive revisions) establishes the correct measures to ensure the appropriate care and use of all animals involved in research, research training, and biological tests.

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PAGEPress aims to ensure all standards for the human care and use of the animals reported in these statements are met and shared by everyone (author, reviewer, scientist, researcher) involved in the technical publishing process of all our journals.

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