When the doctors found patients who were deemed "incurable," they marked their form with a "+"– which designated them to die. Between 1939 and 1941, doctors sentenced 70,000-100,000 Germans to death through their experiments in "perfecting methods of group killings"  [Fishkoff, 1996]

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  A year after professor Susan M. Reverby, a historian at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, uncovered a heinous Guatemalan syphilis experiment conducted between 1946 and 1948, on at least 5,500 under the auspices of the US Public Health Service, a hearing was held this week about the findings of the President’s Bioethics Commission investigation. The…

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FDA’s lax approval process for medical devices has shielded  surgeons and manufacturers who have made a killing from a lucrative business venture. FDA has even awarded the seal of approval years after the rings were implanted in patients while still in the experimental stage–without their knowledge or informed consent.

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U S  Federal Court ordered an overhaul of mental health care for veterans, who are killing themselves by the thousands each year because of what the court called “unchecked incompetence” of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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"The problem of prescription overdose in the military has its parallel in civilian life. The tragic overdose victims in both spheres represent canaries in the coal mine–only the most obvious victims of what has become our national orgy of over using psychotropic drugs."  Allen Frances MD

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When is it moral for a government policy to compel parents to expose their child to risk of suffering serious, irreversible injury, or even death–so that other children would live? That overriding moral question is what public health officials and the stakeholders in the increasingly Big Business of vaccines have refused to discuss.  VACCINE EPIDEMIC…

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Project Paperclip was the largest and longest-running operation involving Nazis in the history of the United States, and its effects are still being felt today.

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The catalyst for Dr. Elliott’s article was the tragic case of Dan Markingson, a 26-year old who committed suicide in May 2004, while enrolled in the CAFE trial, prescribed Seroquel. This case encapsulates the tragic consequences of a broken system which is not designed to detect the hazards for human subjects posed by market-driven research.

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