December 28, 2014

1932–1972: Tuskegee Syphilis experiment, “the longest nontherapeutic experiment on human beings in the history of medicine,” continued

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1932–1972: Tuskegee Syphilis experiment

December 28, 2014

The “Monster Experiment” was conceived by and conducted under the supervision of Dr. Wendell Johnson, one of

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1939: “The Monster Experiment”

December 28, 2014

In 1942, psychiatrists debated legalizing murder (“euthanasia”) at the American Psychiatric Association. Foster Kennedy, MD, advocated killing

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1942: The American Psychiatric Association debated legalizing murder (euthanasia)

December 28, 2014

A series of fiendish Hypothermia experiments subjected mental patients for prolonged periods to freezing temperatures. They were

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1940s: Fiendish “Refrigeration” experiments on mental patients at Harvard, U. of Cincinnati

December 28, 2014

Edward Cohn, MD, a Harvard biochemist injected 64 Massachusetts prisoners with beef blood in an experiment sponsored

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1942: Edward Cohn, MD, a Harvard biochemist injected prisoners with beef blood

December 28, 2014

1941–1945: U.S. Committee on Medical Research (CMR) was dedicated to wartime medicine; it funded and coordinated 137

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1941–1958: Infectious disease experiments: institutionalized children “canaries in the mines”

December 28, 2014

Child psychiatrist, Dr. Lauretta Bender, began her experimental electroshock “treatments” in children in 1942 at Bellevue Hospital.

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1942–1969: Dr. Lauretta Bender, child psychiatrist from Hell

December 28, 2014

US Army and State Department funded a crash program to develop new drugs against malaria. The largest

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1944: The largest malaria experiment involved 800 prisoners

December 28, 2014

1945: “Sterilization of the Insane in the USA” a report in The Lancet based on information published

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1945: Sterilization tally in the USA; in Nazi Germany

December 28, 2014

August 20, 1947: Judgment at Nuremberg: 16 out of 23 doctors were found guilty of crimes against

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August 20, 1947: Judgment at Nuremberg

December 28, 2014

American public health officials and the medical community pretended that the Nuremberg Code did not apply to

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1947: U.S. Government-Sponsored Human Experiments Disregard Nuremberg Standards

December 28, 2014

Syphilis experiments in Guatemala were funded by the US Public Health Service (PHS) and the National Institutes

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1946–1948: Syphilis Experiments in Guatemala

December 28, 2014

1946: Congress passed the National Security Act; one of its provisions created the CIA. Most of CIA

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1946: National Security Act

December 28, 2014

1947–1953: U.S. Navy Project CHATTER focused on identifying and testing drugs for interrogations and recruitment of intelligence

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1947–1953: Project CHATTER