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    Human experimentation Since the beginning of mankind we have managed to be the dominate species of the Earth; however, we are far from peaceful with warfare, slavery, starvation, and experimenting on our own kind. Humans have done some pretty twisted and inhuman things such as the Nazi Holocaust Experiment and Project MK-Ultra. Before, during, and after WWII, Nazi’s conducted many medical experiments on the Gypsies, Slavs (Large group of Ethnolinguistic in Europe), and Jews they held in concentration camps. Why were they driven to use humans for their experiments? Tyson says, “Eager to find out how best to save German pilots forced to eject at high altitude...”. Nazis used prisoners and other unwilling patients to test their theories. “Several Of the seventy or more medical-research projects conducted by the Nazi between the fall of 1939 and the spring of 1945 were conducted at Auschwitz (“Auschwitz Medical Experimentation). Well over two hundred doctors were involved in the operation of concentration camps, conduction’ Selektionen’ medical services, and research.” (Williams). Among the two hundred scientists Karl Brandt, Hitler’s personal physician, performed studies such as high altitude, freezing, poison, and many more. “Some of these experiments had legitimate scientific purposes, though the methods that were used violated the canons of medical ethics. Others were racial in nature, designed to advance Nazi racial theories. Most were simply bad science” (Bard). With…

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    Human Experimentation

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    I Paige disagree with human experimentation and feel we need To stop the human cruelty. Many things have went wrong were over hundreds of people die are you willing to let kids go parentless or people family less for your selfish experience. Human experimentation has ended in depression and death or done against of people will. An horrible example is the human experimentation in the Soviet Union in 1921. They exposed the prisoners were exposed to a number of deadly poisons included mustard gas,…

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    Human Experimentation – Position Paper II. Background (paragraph form) Human experimentation is anything done to an individual to learn how it will affect the subject. Its main objective is the acquisition of new scientific knowledge. The poor, prisoners, mentally ill, and soldiers are some of the most common people to be experimented on throughout history. One of the most horrific examples of human experimentation are Unit 731, where the Japanese Army amputated and dissected parts of the body…

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    According to U.S labs, up to 100 million animals die each year due to animal experimentation in the lab? Animal experimentation is helping the understanding of diseases and new surgical techniques on both human and animals. Animal experimentation also helps the understanding of the correct medicine to use for any specific sickness they might have. Animal experimentations are very harmful the the animal body and is very cruel. Animals both small and large are taken away from their natural…

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    at a significantly accelerated pace. Specifically, we can alter the genetic material of nearly anything we like, and produce a new, better, more prosperous version of the original organism. Now, this sounds all well and good, but there tends to be a certain stigma about performing such things on humans. Logically speaking, human genetic experimentation should be allowed. It has the potential to improve mankind as a species, it is the next step in genetic science, and, even if it were to prove…

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    Yellow Fever and Human Experimentation As researchers traveled to Cuba to study the disease, United States Army researchers soon discovered the cause of Yellow Fever. Through the determination of Yellow Fever Experimentation Carols Finlay, decides to test his theory of mosquito transmission. This is what many historians or researches call a human experimentation in which a human of course takes into an act of manipulation of the body for further understandment. Lazer (another…

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    Human experimentation is nothing new to the human race. Thousands of years ago the Indians and Mayans used such practices to produce drugs that healed the sick. Many people believe that these experiments should be banned because they are unethical; however, in reality, such practices have helped more than harmed people. In order to fully appreciate the medical advancements made through human experimentation, people need to take into consideration the risks and lines that had to be crossed. Human…

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    Nazi Medical Experiments

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    Since the ending of World War II, great controversy has arisen regarding the potential use of the Nazi doctors’ medical experiment findings. Nazi leaders instructed the doctors to perform sickening, gruesome, and terrifying experiments on the inmates of the concentration camps all throughout Europe. These unlawful experiments led the German medical community to gain vast amounts of knowledge regarding the physical limits of the human body under severe circumstances. According to Joel Dimsdale,…

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    contrasting views on human experimentation. Hellman states that human experimentation is inherently wrong, while Beecher states that it was accidentally wrong. Hellman justifies his position from the perspective of patient-centered care, and against the notion of clinical equipoise. In contrast to Hellman, Beecher, justifies his position based upon past experiments, their flaws, and how to change procedures of experimentation to morally justify them. Identifying the same flaws as Beecher,…

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    drowned, shocked, burned, poisoned, starved, isolated, and brain damaged. Many people agree on using Animal experimentation, which has saved many lives. and contributed to many life-saving cures and treatments. This paper will help the reader understand if animal cruelty shall continue to exist for human benefits, or if it should end, and these living creatures should have a chance to live there full lives like us. Many Studies show over fifty billion chickens are now being slaughtered every…

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