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Informed Research.

Because research always siphons some energy from patient welfare, its value over and above knowledge already available should be assessed. Repeating previous research on the one hand and on the other not paying attention to established principles should be avoided.
People’s identities must be preserved from recognition. This is particularly important in high profile disasters involving high profile identities.

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