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The Nazi Medical Experiments
A look at the medical experiments performed during the Nazi regime.
# 25414 | 3,658 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Mar 28, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , Medical and Health (General)

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This paper identifies and examines the problem that modern medicine faces when addressing the issue of medical experiments performed by the Nazis in World War Two. It explains that men of medicine are meant to heal our wounds and cure our disease all in the name of humanity and how this was the total opposite of what was done in Nazi Germany. The paper discusses some of the experiments as well as the "doctors" that performed them.

From the Paper:

"That is why it was so troubling to discover the events behind the Nazi cloak throughout the second World War. For those German doctors who we hold such tremendous respect and trust in, traded our humanity for scientific gain. Throughout the concentration camps of Poland, thousands died in medical testing performed by the Third Reich. Their lives were forcefully given up in the name of science. In the quest for wisdom, the idea of "above all do no harm" somehow got skewed. In the process, distinguished men of medicine exchanged their souls for knowledge. In one of the great ironies, the men who are there to heal brought misery and death to many."

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