The Path to Nuremberg in the Pages of JAMA, 1933-1939
Seidelman, William E.
JAMA. 1996 Nov 27; 276(20): 1693-1696.
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Seidelman, William E. (1996-11-27)
Lessons From Nuremberg: Ethical and Social Responsibilities for Health Care Professionals, Health Care Organizations, and Medical Journals Friedmann, Theodore; Vuylsteke, Kenneth K.; Loftman, Bert; Seidelman, William E.; Sidel, Victor W. (1997-03-05)
Seidelman, William E. (1996-12-07)Fifty years after the Nuremberg medical trial there remain many unanswered questions about the role of the German medical profession during the Third Reich. Other than the question of human experimentation, important ethical ...