December 28, 2014

1967: Human Guinea Pigs: Experimentation on Man

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1967: British physician Maurice Pappworth published Human Guinea Pigs: Experimentation on Man; he was far less circumspect than Beecher. He identified researchers by name and provided their institutional affiliations, stating bluntly: “No doctor, however great his capacity or original his ideas, has the right to choose martyrs for science or for the general good.” Dr. Pappworth is on the AHRP Honor Roll *


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