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Fifty Years Later: The Significance of The Nuremberg Code

Shuster, Evelyne

1997

Volume: 337 Issue: 20
The New England Journal of Medicine

Abstract

In this article the author explains the important role that physicians had in the prosecution of the Nazi doctors and in the formulation of the Nuremberg Code and summarize how medical researchers have used the Code as a guide over the past five decades.


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