change in the way we view distributive justice. The commission thought of distributive justice as requiring the fair distribution of research risks and burdens. However, much of the recent philosophical work argues that although justice requires the protection of vulnerable subjects from exploitative research, sometimes it also mandates that research be done to improve
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