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"I want to guarantee that all forces and security authorities of the state are prepared and in case of the growing tension, Slovakia will be ready," said Pellegrini, as quoted by the TASR newswire, adding that the government cannot underestimate any possible threat.At the same time, the NBAC will maintain the second, increased degree of terrorist threat in Slovakia.
(99) NBAC emphasized that the greater the number of unaffiliated members on an IRB the less likely it would be that an institutional conflict would persist.
The director of NIH, the President of the United States, the NBAC and Representative Dickey were hardly alone in the emerging discussion over hESC research.
The great critic curses himself openly on the subject--"God I wish I could stop scribbling this crap" (NBAC 312)--and often trails off with a hopeless "I dunno" when satirically stumped.
(31) See National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC), Cloning Human Beings (1997):; President's Council on Bioethics, Human Cloning and Human Dignity (2002):
pneumoniae es el principal agente etiologico de neumonia bacteriana adquirida en la comunidad (NBAC).
The deliberations of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments resulted in Executive Order 12975, (13) which established the National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC) in response to disclosure of human subject abuses in federally supported radiation experiments.
274; See minutes, Waterside Workers Federation, Cairns Branch, N140/19-21, Noel Butlin Archives Centre, Australian National University, Canberra (NBAC).
The National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC) report, which was not adopted into federal law, includes the following statement regarding persons with SUD: Substance abuse disorders, for example, including use of alcohol and illegal drugs, result in states of intoxication and withdrawal that resemble delirium in their effects on attention, cognition, other mental functions, and, consequently, decision making.
(The report defers to NBAC's report on hESC research, where informed consent is given its customary prominence.) The radical nature of the argument is shown by the fact that applying the Office of Human Research Protection's 2004 guidance on research involving biological specimens to this category of hESC research would exempt it from all consent and oversight requirements.
The National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC) refers more generally to clinical trials as health research conducted on human participants.
(12) Executive Minutes NSWTA, T/39/1/13, PIEUA NSW, Noel Butlin Archives Centre (NBAC), Canberra.