Science must acknowledge its past mistakes and crimes

  title={Science must acknowledge its past mistakes and crimes},
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Nature
Addendum to “HCG Found in Tetanus Vaccine”: Examination of Alleged “Ethical Concerns” Based on False Claims by Certain of Our Critics
This updated addendum to “HCG Found in WHO Tetanus Vaccine in Kenya Raises Concern in the Developing World” addresses arguments claiming to discredit it from John Broughall, a retired microbiologist, and from an unnamed person (or persons) going by the pseudonym “The Original Skeptical Raptor”.
Name Dropping: Toward a Uniform Best Practice on Historical Commemoration in Medicine
This paper proposes a simpler three-part test for name and monument removal in the medical and hospital settings that places greater weight on the symbolic importance of the renaming process itself instead of only considering the outcomes.
Race, Architecture, and Belonging:  Divergent Perceptions of Antebellum Architecture
Preserving historic buildings can have many purposes, including honoring proud moments in our history as well as acknowledging and redressing shameful ones. The preservation of Antebellum buildings,
Ethical considerations for DNA testing as a proxy for nationality
DNA testing has been used sparsely to date to determine ancestral origin as a proxy for nationality but could increase as border controls tighten, and ethical considerations are considered.