The Suppressed Legacy of Nuremberg
Burt, Robert A.
Hastings Center Report. 1996 Sep-Oct; 26(5): 30-33.
The story of patient self-determination cannot be told without the Nuremberg trials. Patient autonomy was the first criterion enunciated by the Nuremberg judges and has served as a touchstone for human subject research and patient care ever since. Yet this ideal was in an important sense irrelevant at the moment it was originally proclaimed.
Assisted Suicide; Autonomy; Caring; Consent; Fraud; Guidelines; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Investigators; Legal Rights; Misconduct; Moral Policy; National Socialism; Patient Care; Patients; Patients' Rights; Physicians; Professional Patient Relationship; Research; Research Subjects; Right to Die; Rights; Scientific Misconduct; Social Impact; Socialism; Suicide; Trust; Values;
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