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This paper compares and contrasts Japanese and Nazi medical and scientific experiments on human beings without their consent, performed by German and Japanese doctors from 1933-1945. It discusses the German experiments on concentration camp prisoners. It also expands on the Japanese experiments carried out in Manchuria and China, carried out chiefly to support Japanese biological warfare programs. The author expands on the role played by the United States after the War. Finally it discusses the indifference of both Nazi Germans and the Japanese to their victims.
From the Paper:"This research paper compares and contrasts the medical scientific experiments performed by Japanese and Nazi doctors on human beings between 1933 and 1945. These gruesome experiments were done without the consent of the victims ..."
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Medical Experiments on Humans (2003, December 01) Retrieved September 18, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/essay/medical-experiments-on-humans-70979/
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