ACHREAdvisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments
ACHREAustralian Centre for Human Rights Education (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
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Moreover in line with the ACHRE report, it was noted that "...
(37) Advisory Committee on the Human Radiation Experiments (ACHRE), The Human Radiation Experiments: Final Report of the President's Advisory Committee on the Human Radiation Experiments, (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996) at 620.
Within eighteen months of the ACHRE's final report, on 17 May 1997, the National Bioethics Advisory Commission unanimously adopted a resolution that "No person in the United States should be enrolled in research without the twin protections of informed consent by an authorized person and independent review of the risks and benefits of the research."[25] That same month President Clinton stated that "[w]e must never allow our citizens to be unwitting guinea pigs in scientific experiments that put them at risk without their consent and full knowledge."[26]