50 Years Ago: The Nuremberg Doctors' Tribunal. Part 4: Nazi Medicine's Relevance Today
Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 1997; 147(3): 70-71
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Ernst, E. (1997)The final part of this series attempts to evaluate the relevance of Nazi medicine for doctors today. Euthanasia, informed consent, the conflict of interests of the individual versus those of society and racism were ...
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