Human subjects research during the National Socialist era, 1933-1945: programs, practices, and motivations.
In: Roelcke, Volker; Maio, Giovanni, eds. Twentieth Century Ethics of Human Subjects Research: Historical Perspectives on Values, Practices, and Regulations. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag; 2004: 151-166.
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