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[The use of corpses and organs in research and medical education. Lessons from history].
Desde los inicios de la Medicina se han utilizado los cuerpos de los fallecidos con fines docentes. El cuerpo humano es un material necesario para los futuros medicos, no solo en los aspectosExpand
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[Nazism and medicine. Learning from history].
Between 1933-1945 in Nazi Germany, physicians and other professional care providers participated in forced sterilization of patients who were carriers of genetic origin diseases and psychiatricExpand
Syphilis and human experimentation from the first appearance of the disease to World War II: a historical perspective and reflections on ethics.
Physicians have conducted research on syphilis for centuries, seeking to understand its etiology and the means of transmission as well as find ways to prevent and cure the disease. Their researchExpand
Syphilis and human experimentation from the first appearance of the disease to World War II: a historical perspective and reflections on ethics.
Physicians have conducted research on syphilis for centuries, seeking to understand its etiology and the means of transmission as well as find ways to prevent and cure the disease. Their researchExpand
Syphilis and human experimentation from World War II to the present: a historical perspective and reflections on ethics.
Even after the Nuremberg code was published, research on syphilis often continued to fall far short of ethical standards. We review post-World War II research on this disease, focusing on the workExpand
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Visiting Holocaust-Related Sites with Medical Students as an Aid in Teaching Medical Ethics.
During the Nazi period numerous doctors and nurses played a nefarious role. In Germany they were responsible for the sterilization and killing of disabled persons. Furthermore, the Nazi doctors usedExpand
[Diffusion of family medicine].
[Is it necessary to continue using (some) medical eponyms?].
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