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      Staphylococcus aureus bacteremias following liver transplantation:a clinical analysis of 20 cases [Expression of concern]

      Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management

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          Zhou J, Huang H, Liu S, Yu P, Wan Q. Staphylococcus aureus bacteremias following liver transplantation: a clinical analysis of 20 cases. Ther Clin Risk Manag. 2015;11:933–937. The Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management wish to issue an Expression of Concern for the published article. Concerns have been raised that the study described in the article did not adhere to ethical guidelines as outlined in the Declaration of Helsinki and the Declaration of Istanbul and guidance from the World Health Organization and the World Medical Association regarding the source of transplanted human organs. Specifically, the British Medical Journal Open (BMJ Open) published an article highlighting many papers in which there is concern that transplanted organs were harvested from executed prisoners in China. In response to these concerns we contacted the authors to clarify the source of the transplanted organs received by the patients described in their study. However, despite multiple attempts to contact the authors and their institutions, no response was received. The Editors of Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management would like to alert readers of this. We will provide an update if we receive any further information. Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management publishes research adhering to internationally accepted ethical standards and is committed to upholding the Declaration of Helsinki and Declaration of Istanbul. Dove Medical Press endorses the ethics guidelines described by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Medical Association (WMA).

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          Journal
          Ther Clin Risk Manag
          Ther Clin Risk Manag
          TCRM
          tcriskman
          Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management
          Dove
          1176-6336
          1178-203X
          17 April 2020
          2020
          17 April 2020
          : 16
          : 321
          Article
          257421
          10.2147/TCRM.S257421
          7176428
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