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Response to: Scientists must engage with the ethical implications of their work

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  1. Cunningham EJ. Scientists must engage with the ethical implications of their work: a commentary on Cepeda-Emiliani et al. Int J Impot Res. 2022:1–2.

  2. Cepeda-Emiliani A, Gándara-Cortés M, Otero-Alén M, García H, Suárez-Quintanilla J, García-Caballero T, et al. Immunohistological study of the density and distribution of human penile neural tissue: gradient hypothesis. Int J Impot Res. 2022:1–20.

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Cepeda-Emiliani, A. Response to: Scientists must engage with the ethical implications of their work. Int J Impot Res (2022).

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