Parents of premature babies in a four-year study of oxygen level treatment were not sufficiently warned of the potential dangers of the experiments. The families of over one thousand babies could have been at risk of blindness, brain damage or death as a consequence of their participation in the research.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services criticized lead researchers at the nearly two dozen participating medical schools for inadequate informed consent. Emory University Medical School in Atlanta participated in the study.
The attorneys at Harman Law Firm are investigating any harm to babies that may have occurred during their involvement in the research. If you or a family you know has an infant who was in the study at Emory or any research center who experienced a health problem contact our firm immediately to learn your options and protect the child’s health in the future. Fill out the contact form at the top right of this page or call toll-free 1-888-55-HARMAN.
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