How Did Medicine Go So Wrong

  title={How Did Medicine Go So Wrong},
  author={A. Caplan},
Analysis of the ethical issues raised by “experimentation” or medical “treatments” carried out by German physicians and scientists during the time of the Third Reich must be approached with great caution. Talk of ethics seems, at the least, incongruous when the conduct being discussed involves the mass murder of innocent persons. Even to talk of ethics is to risk conferring legitimacy on the patently illegitimate. The myriad crimes carried out under medical supervi-sion in Germany prior to and… Expand
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