A JAPANESE WAR CRIME: HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION WITH POISON IN TAIPING, MALAYA DURING WORLD WAR II
- Political Science
A human experimentation by the Japanese army with Ipoh poison was conducted on Mr. Chan Pak in Taiping jail, Perak, Malaya, as revealed by a war crime’s trial carried out by British forces in 1948.…
Research ethics I: Responsible conduct of research (RCR)--historical and contemporary issues pertaining to human and animal experimentation.
- EducationJournal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR
All readers interested in RCR should appreciate how the history of science and all the good--and harm--it has produced can inform how researchers practice responsible research in the 21st century and beyond.
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US medical researchers, the Nuremberg Doctors Trial, and the Nuremberg Code. A review of findings of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments.
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Chapter 3: Historical Aspects of Medical Defense Against Chemical Warfare
- Political Science
Review of Soldiers of The Sun
- “ The Brocade Banner : The Story of Japanese Nationalism , 23 September 1946 . ” Record Group 319 , Publication File , 1946 – 51 , Box 1776
A Japanese generation haunted by its past
- New York Times . 22 January