On Monday, March 13, 2006, eight healthy young men took part in a clinical trial of an experimental drug known as TGN1412. The drug was intended to treat leukaemia and had already been successfully tested on monkeys but never on humans. However, it went terribly wrong, leaving six of the volunteers fighting for their lives. This drama-documentary tells the story of one of the most infamous medical emergencies in recent British history.
Should be interesting this. What's the overall thoughts on people doing this for some quick cash, more interstingly, has anyone here ever taken part in one?
Seems a very silly thing to do!