When Medicine Went Mad; Bioethics and the Holocaust.

By: Caplan, Arthur L. (editor).

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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; xii - 359 pp. Part of the series, Contemporary Issues in Biomedicine, Ethics, and Society. The editor, Caplan, was at the Center for Biomedical Ethics, University of Minnesota. Contents: Testimonies by Eva Mozes Kor, Sara Seiler Vigorito, Gisela Konopka; Medicine, Bioethics, and Nazism - articles by Robert Proctor, Benno Muller-Hill, Arthur Caplan; The Use of Information from Nazi "Experiments", The Case of Hypothermia - articles by Robert Pozos, Robert Berger, Jay Katz, Benjamin Freedman, Velvl Greene; Medical Killing and Euthanasia: Then and Now - articles by Ruth Macklin, Ronald Cranford, Richard Neuhaus; The Abuse of Medicine and the Legacy of the Holocaust - articles by Jay Katz, William Seidelman, Nancy Segal, George Annas. Bibliography, notes, index. Black cloth-covered boards with silver spine lettering. Lightly soiled text block edges, otherwise, a clean, tight copy. Dust jacket has very minor wear.

Title: When Medicine Went Mad; Bioethics and the Holocaust.

Author Name: Caplan, Arthur L. (editor).

Categories: History,

Publisher: Totowa, New Jersey., Humana Press.: 1992

ISBN Number: 0896032353

ISBN Number 13: 9780896032354

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: 25752

Keywords: Medicine; Ethics; Morality; Morals; Germany; World War II; Nazis; Holocaust; Bioethics; Eugenics; Dachau; Concentration; Camps; Euthanasia; Human Genome; Auschwitz; Birkenau; Josef Mengele; Gypsies; Leo Alexander; History;