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When medicine went mad : bioethics and the Holocaust

Author: Arthur L Caplan
Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press, ©1992.
Series: Contemporary issues in biomedicine, ethics, and society.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur L Caplan
ISBN: 0896032353 9780896032354
OCLC Number: 25630308
Notes: Papers from a conference on May 17-19, 1989 at the University of Minnesota.
Description: xii, 359 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Nazi experiments as viewed by a survivor of Mengele's experiments / Eva Mozes Kor --
A profile of Nazi medicine : the Nazi doctor : his methods and goals / Sara Seiler Vigorito --
The meaning of the Holocaust for bioethics / Gisela Kinopka --
Nazi biomedical policies / Robert N. Proctor --
Eugenics : the science and religion of the Nazis / Benno Müller-Hill --
How did medicine go so wrong? / Arthur L. Caplan --
Scientific inquiry and ethics : the Dachau data / Robert S. Pozos --
Nazi science : comments on the validation of the Dachau human hypothermia experiments / Robert L. Berger --
The Dachau hypothermia study : an ethical and scientific commentary / Jay Katz and Robert S. Pozos --
Moral analysis and the use of Nazi experimental results / Benjamin Freedman --
Can scientists use information derived from the concentration camps? : ancient answers to new questions / Velvl W. Greene. Which way down the slippery slope? : Nazi medical killing and euthanasia today / Ruth Macklin --
The contemporary euthanasia movement and the Nazi euthanasia program : are there meaningful similarities? / Ronald E. Cranford --
The way they were, the way we are / Richard John Neuhaus --
Abuse of human beings for the sake of science / Jay Katz --
"Medspeak" for murder : the Nazi experience and the culture of medicine / William E. Seidelman --
Twin research at Auschwitz-Birkenau : implications for the use of Nazi data today / Nancy L. Segal --
The Human Genome Project in perspective : confronting our past to protect our future / George J. Annas.
Series Title: Contemporary issues in biomedicine, ethics, and society.
Responsibility: edited by Arthur L. Caplan.
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