The Nazi Hypothermia Experiments: Forbidden Data?

@article{Bogod2004TheNH,
  title={The Nazi Hypothermia Experiments: Forbidden Data?},
  author={David G. Bogod},
  journal={Anaesthesia},
  year={2004},
  volume={59}
}
  • D. Bogod
  • Published 1 December 2004
  • Medicine
  • Anaesthesia
One of the annual highlights of the Association of Anaesthetists’ scientific programme is the Group of Anaesthetists in Training (GAT) conference. Most of the members of the Association, their formal training days long behind them, are ineligible to attend this particular event, but the Editorin-Chief, along with the other Officers, is encouraged to show his face, and I was delighted to be able to go to this year’s meeting in Portsmouth. As always, the quality of the scientific content was very… 
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