Published: 29 November 2022
Author(s): Rafael Dal-Ré, Arthur L Caplan, Teck Chuan Voo
Section: Letter to the Editor

Vickers believes that a couple of statements contained in our article [1] are ‘grossly erroneous’ [2]. One is that the control group participants of Just-in-time consent “would not know that their assignment was made by a random process”. The second is that Just-in-time consent does not “fulfil the three following ethical features: participants must agree to contribute to the trial, this must be known at the time they are recruited, and they must know that they have participated in it.” [2]. We disagree with Vickers.


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