The rule says that researchers who conduct a study of the genetic, physiological, or environmental significance of a disorder or disease in a human subject shall be exempted from providing the results of the study for a period of one year after the study is completed.
The rule isn’t intended to be a law, but to be a rule that’s to be taken into account when deciding who qualifies as a “study subject” under the rules. It says if a study subject is a research subject who’s “study subject” to a “study subject requirement” of the rules (as defined by the requirements), then the study subject is considered to be a “study subject”.
The rule is clearly intended to make sure that research does not take place that would fall under the exemption, unless there is a compelling reason for it to be exempt, like a research disease that is affecting the human subject. When you read that, it seems to be saying, “You can’t do research if you’re pregnant.” Which is just plain ridiculous.
Research disease? In this day and age, where a lot of research is being done on the internet, the whole idea that I can’t do research if I’m pregnant seems rather ridiculous. We already know that we can research anything we want, including our own bodies. As long as we’re not trying to treat the human body like a lab or something, then it’s completely fair game to research our own bodies, especially if we’re pregnant.
I’m not saying that research is not eligible for exemption, but I think it is very important to know what research is really doing, and what it is doing is interesting to me. If you’re doing research on the internet or at a research conference, it is important to know that you can do research on a topic. Research is a great way of knowing what is really happening. If that research is not on a topic, then you can’t do it.
As a matter of fact, there are laws that you have to follow on research. The Federal Regulations prohibit research on non-human animals and animals that do not have the ability to act on our behalf. So, for example, to do research, you can’t do it on people, you can do research on animals that are not capable of act on our behalf, and you can do research on pregnant women, but not research on humans. Those are the three cases I found.