Nazi science

Evelyne Shuster, Earl F. Greenwald, Paul R. Marantz, Ezra Bengershom, Ruth Shalev, Oded Shalev, Todd Kaye, William J. Bank, Baruch J. Hurwich, David M. Lang, James W. Ogilvie, Edward S. Goldberg, Robert L. Berger, Marcia Angell

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Abstract

To the Editor: You took a position (understandably) against the publication of the results of the Nazi experiments, stating that these studies “are such a gross violation of human standards that they are not to be trusted at all.1 What is less understandable, however, is that in order to justify this position, the Journal found it necessary to publish the very data it was supposed to ban. The publication of the extensive and comprehensive article by Dr. Berger on the Dachau hypothermia experiments (May 17 issue)2 is as offensive as it is unwarranted, for two reasons. First, it violates the …

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)845-847
Number of pages3
JournalNew England Journal of Medicine
Volume324
Issue number12
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 21 1991

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    Shuster, E., Greenwald, E. F., Marantz, P. R., Bengershom, E., Shalev, R., Shalev, O., Kaye, T., Bank, W. J., Hurwich, B. J., Lang, D. M., Ogilvie, J. W., Goldberg, E. S., Berger, R. L., & Angell, M. (1991). Nazi science. New England Journal of Medicine, 324(12), 845-847. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJM199103213241211