The use of humans as investigational subjects.
Human experimentation that is not intended to benefit the subjects on whom it is performed. Phase I drug studies (CLINICAL TRIALS, PHASE I AS TOPIC) and research involving healthy volunteers are examples of nontherapeutic human experimentation.
Regulations to assure protection of property and equipment.
Criminal acts committed during, or in connection with, war, e.g., maltreatment of prisoners, willful killing of civilians, etc.
Warfare involving the use of NUCLEAR WEAPONS.
Energy released by nuclear fission or nuclear fusion.
A weapon designed to explode when deployed. It frequently refers to a hollow case filled with EXPLOSIVE AGENTS.
The use of animals as investigational subjects.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
Time period from 1801 through 1900 of the common era.
Time period from 1701 through 1800 of the common era.
The use of the death penalty for certain crimes.
The deliberate annihilation of a national, ethnic, or religious group, in part or in whole.
Chemicals used to destroy pests of any sort. The concept includes fungicides (FUNGICIDES, INDUSTRIAL); INSECTICIDES; RODENTICIDES; etc.
Human experimentation that is intended to benefit the subjects on whom it is performed.
Legal guarantee protecting the individual from attack on personal liberties, right to fair trial, right to vote, and freedom from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national origin. (from http://www.usccr.gov/ accessed 1/31/2003)
The units based on political theory and chosen by countries under which their governmental power is organized and administered to their citizens.
The rights of the individual to cultural, social, economic, and educational opportunities as provided by society, e.g., right to work, right to education, and right to social security.
A system of government in which there is free and equal participation by the people in the political decision-making process.
The branch of psychology which seeks to learn more about the fundamental causes of behavior by studying various psychologic phenomena in controlled experimental situations.
The facilitation of a chemical reaction by material (catalyst) that is not consumed by the reaction.
The moral obligations governing the conduct of research. Used for discussions of research ethics as a general topic.
The granting of a license to practice the profession of nursing.
The process by which a person or group of persons comes to be regarded or treated as lacking in human qualities.
Persons who are enrolled in research studies or who are otherwise the subjects of research.
Hospital or other institutional committees established to protect the welfare of research subjects. Federal regulations (the "Common Rule" (45 CFR 46)) mandate the use of these committees to monitor federally-funded biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects.

The place of medicine in the American prison: ethical issues in the treatment of offenders. (1/494)

In Britain doctors and others concerned with the treatment of offenders in prison may consult the Butler Report (see Focus, pp 157) and specialist journals, but these sources are concerned with the system in Britain only. In America the situation is different, both in organization and in certain attitudes. Dr Peter L Sissons has therefore provided a companion article to that of Dr Paul Bowden (page 163) describing the various medical issues in prisons. The main difference between the treatment of offenders in prisons in America and in Britain lies in the nature of the federal system which means that each state may operate a different system in a variety of prisons and prison medical services are as various. Nationally, the prison systems are 'structured to treat and cure the offender'. Therefore it follows that the prison medical officer is only one of the professionals concerned with this 'cure' of the offender. This principle also applies to any form of research: medical research in prisons is part of a programme which covers a wide field of social and judicial research. The prison medical officer (where there is one) has of course to look after sick prisoners, and the American idea of 'cure' is also expressed in the need for more corrective surgery where, for example, it is necessary to remove physical impediments to social rehabilitation. But a doctor is only found on the staff of those institutions which are large: in the smaller prisons there may be only first-aid facilities, and no specially appointed doctor in the community. Moreover medicines are often dispensed by medical auxiliaries who are sometimes prisoners themselves. Finally, in America prisoners are regularly invited to volunteer as subjects for medical and social research for which they are paid. In short, although it is hoped to 'cure' a prisoner he is a criminal first and a patient second.  (+info)

Human experimentation with Neisseria gonorrhoeae: progress and goals. (2/494)

Infection with Neisseria gonorrhoeae has adverse consequences for reproductive health and facilitates the transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus. A major limitation in the development of gonococcal vaccines has been the lack of an animal model. Urethral infection can be initiated in male volunteer subjects through urethral inoculation. Several hundred patients have participated in studies using this experimental infection model. These studies have helped define the natural history of experimental infection and provided a better understanding of phenotypic and genotypic variation of gonococci in vivo. Isogenic molecular mutants can be used to define a role for gonococcal surface structures, including pilin and transferrin-binding proteins; recent results demonstrate that gonococci unable to express transferrin- and lactoferrin-binding proteins cannot cause urethral infection. The experimental model has proven to be an efficient means of studying gonococcal infection and focusing vaccine development. In addition, this model should allow vaccines to be tested quickly and efficiently.  (+info)

An evaluation of "informed consent" with volunteer prisoner subjects. (3/494)

"Informed consent" sets a goal for investigators experimenting with human subjects, but little is known about how to achieve or evaluate it in an experiment. In a 3-year, double-blind study with incarcerated men, we attempted to provide a "free and informed consent" and evaluated our efforts with an unannounced questionnaire administered to subjects after they completed the experiment. At that time, approximately two-thirds had sufficient information for an informed consent, but only one-third was well informed about all key aspects of the experiment and one-third was insufficiently informed to give an informed consent. We found that institution- or study-based coercion was minimal in our experiment. From our evaluation of the questionnaire and experience at the study institution, we conclude that an experiment with human subjects should be designed to include an ongoing evaluation of informed consent, and active attempts should be made to avoid or minimize coercive inducements. Experiments with significant risk, which require a long duration and/or large sample size relative to the institution's population, should probably not be performed on prisoner subjects. The experimenter should be independent of the penal institution's power structure. Presenting and explaining a consent form to volunteers on one occasion is probably an in adequate procedure for obtaining and maintaining an informed consent.  (+info)

Can the written information to research subjects be improved?--an empirical study. (4/494)

OBJECTIVES: To study whether linguistic analysis and changes in information leaflets can improve readability and understanding. DESIGN: Randomised, controlled study. Two information leaflets concerned with trials of drugs for conditions/diseases which are commonly known were modified, and the original was tested against the revised version. SETTING: Denmark. PARTICIPANTS: 235 persons in the relevant age groups. MAIN MEASURES: Readability and understanding of contents. RESULTS: Both readability and understanding of contents was improved: readability with regard to both information leaflets and understanding with regard to one of the leaflets. CONCLUSION: The results show that both readability and understanding can be improved by increased attention to the linguistic features of the information.  (+info)

Should Zelen pre-randomised consent designs be used in some neonatal trials? (5/494)

My aim is to suggest that there is a case for using a randomised consent design in some neonatal trials. As an example I use the trials of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in neonates suffering pulmonary hypertension. In some trials the process of obtaining consent has the potential to harm the subject, for example, by disappointing those who end in the control group and by creating additional anxiety at times of acute illness. An example of such were the trials of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in neonates suffering pulmonary hypertension. Pre-randomised consent could avoid or lessen these harms. However, a number of ethical objections are made to these research designs. They involve denial of information, using people, denial of choice, and "overselling" of allocated treatment. Furthermore, they are the wrong response; better communication might be the answer, for example. I argue that these objections are not completely persuasive. However, they are enough to suggest caution in the use of such designs.  (+info)

Environmental ethics. (6/494)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held the first meeting on environmental ethics sponsored by the Scientific Advisory Panel and Board on 10-11 December 1998 in Arlington, Virginia (1). The report from the meeting will more completely inform scientists and the community of current issues. This editorial should serve as an initial brief of this meeting [which was held on the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights (adopted by the United Nations on 10 December 1948)].  (+info)

The role of the individual and the community in the research, development, and use of biologicals with criteria for guidelines: a memorandum. (7/494)

In view of the widely recognized need to use available vaccines and other biologicals and to develop new ones to control many diseases of world-wide importance, this Memorandum considers the increasingly complex problems that face investigators and public authorities that must review and approve pre-licensing studies and also large-scale regular use. It is stressed that the proper conduct of biologicals research in human beings must be considered from the scientific, sociological, ethical, and legal points of view. The Declaration of Helsinki is regarded of fundamental importance and its applicability to biologicals research is discussed. Recommendations are made for continued international collaboration in this field and "Criteria on the Role of the Individual and the Community in the Research, Development, and Use of Biologicals" are formulated. General criteria and specific criteria related to the design of field trials, human involvement in field trials, and surveillance of safety and effectiveness of biologicals in routine use are discussed.  (+info)

Starting clinical trials of xenotransplantation--reflections on the ethics of the early phase. (8/494)

What kind of patients may be recruited to early clinical trials of xenotransplantation? This is discussed under the assumption that the risk of viral infection to the public is non-negligible. Furthermore, the conditions imposed by the Helsinki declaration are analysed. The conclusion is that only patients at risk of dying and with no alternative treatment available should be recruited to xenotransplantation trials in the early phase. For some of the less dangerous cell or islet cell xenotransplantation other categories might be recruited. The risk of cell and islet cell xenotransplantation should, however, be weighted against the development of other technologies. In order to safeguard the public, the opt-out clause in the Helsinki declaration should not be fully applied. Legally binding rules on obligatory monitoring and restrictions should be imposed--before clinical trials start.  (+info)

NATIONAL HUMAN SUBJECT PROTECTIONS WORKSHOPS NIH GUIDE, Volume 23, Number 38, October 28, 1994 P.T. 42 Keywords: Human Subjects Policy National Institutes of Health Food and Drug Administration The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are continuing to sponsor a series of workshops on responsibilities of researchers, Institutional Review Boards (IRBs), and institutional officials for the protection of human subjects in research. The workshops are open to everyone with an interest in research involving human subjects. The meetings should be of special interest to those persons currently serving or about to begin serving as a member of an IRB. Issues discussed at these workshops are relevant to all other Public Health Service agencies. The current schedule includes: DATES: December 8-9, 1994 LOCATION Seven Hills Center San Francisco State University San Francisco, CA SPONSORS San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA California State University, ...
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Research Regulatory Committees An Overview of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Presented by Rowan University Foundation / University Advancement and Office of Sponsored Programs April 22, 2014 OFFICE OF RESEARCH ROWAN UNIVERSITY Provide assistance and guidance to investigators to ensure ethical conduct and compliance in performance of research in the following areas:  Human subjects protection  Animal care and use  Use of hazardous agents, radioactive materials and recombinant DNA material  Responsible conduct of research (Ethics and Integrity) IRB Organization Structure  MANAGEMENT: Institutional official and IRB director  GOALS:    Centralized single Human Subjects Protections Administrator (HSPA) for both institutions Centralized compliance office for all regulated research Management of institutions sponsored programs are maintained directed by Vice President for Research Human Subject Protection Program Mission and Services  To protect the rights, ...
Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) Training is required for anyone involved in clinical research, including staff in administrative roles supporting clinical research. This initial training is satisfied through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) program. CITI training is accessible online via the CITI website, www.citiprogram.org.
Article: PESTICIDE or GENOCIDE? HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION ON U.S. CITIZENS. - Deadly pesticides and other toxic substances are being released on the U.S. population without their consent and in violation of state, federal, and international law, including the Nuremberg code.
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The increased use of social media as a data source for researchers has led to new uncertainties regarding the definition of human subject research. Privacy, confidentiality, and informed consent are key concerns, yet it is unclear when social media users qualify as human subjects. Moreno et al. conclude that if access to the social media content is public, information is identifiable but not private, and information gathering requires no interaction with the person who posted it online, then the research is unlikely to qualify as human subjects research.[23] Defining features of human subject research, according to federal regulations, are that the researchers interact directly with the subject or obtain identifiable private information about the subject.[2] Social media research may or may not meet this definition. A research institutions institutional review board (IRB) is often responsible for reviewing potential research on human subjects, but IRB protocols regarding social media research ...
Unethical human experimentation in the United States has been practiced in the United States for a long time prior to creation of the OHRP.[citation needed] A major characteristic of experimentation done during this time was the disregard for suffering inflicted on patients. In the 1840s, J. Marion Sims performed hundreds of surgical operations on enslaved African women without using anesthesia.[4] Robert Bartholow applied electric currents into the exposed brain matter of patients. One egregious example was in 1874 when a lady came in for treatment of a cancerous ulcer on her skull that made a 2-inch hole. Bartholow inserted electrodes into her brain and caused her great distress. The lady went into a coma and died 4 days later.[5] Another theme of human experimentation in the 19th and early 20th century was the unjust treatment of ethnic minority patients. At the turn of the 20th century, US Army doctors infected 34 Filipino prisoners with bubonic plague and beriberi.[6] Between 1932 and 1972, ...
Unethical human experimentation in the United States describes numerous experiments performed on human test subjects in the United States that have been considered unethical, and were often performed illegally, without the knowledge, consent, or informed consent of the test subjects. Such tests have occurred throughout American history, but particularly in the 20th century. The experiments include: the exposure of people to chemical and biological weapons (including infection of people with deadly or debilitating diseases), human radiation experiments, injection of people with toxic and radioactive chemicals, surgical experiments, interrogation and torture experiments, tests involving mind-altering substances, and a wide variety of others. Many of these tests were performed on children, the sick, and mentally disabled individuals, often under the guise of medical treatment. In many of the studies, a large portion of the subjects were poor, racial minorities, or prisoners[citation needed]. ...
The new report details human experiments led by US researchers and drug companies on Africans who are typically undereducated, poor, and lack full understanding of their rights. The human subjects often are led to believe that they are receiving medical treatment from governmental health services or health ministries. These practices hearken back to the appalling experiments carried out by US researchers in Guatemala in the 1940s where hundreds of Guatemalans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases without information or consent. President Obama formally apologized to Guatemala for these experiments last year. Human experimentation in the United States is regulated by the Office of Research Integrity and various Ethical Research Institutional Boards. Many African countries lack these institutions. Even when they exist, they lack independence and are controlled by corrupt government officials. In one experiment on HIV sponsored by Gilead Sciences, the Centers for Disease ...
a) In addition to the determinations required under other applicable sections of this subpart, the IRB shall determine that adequate provisions are made for soliciting the assent of the children, when in the judgment of the IRB the children are capable of providing assent. In determining whether children are capable of assenting, the IRB shall take into account the ages, maturity, and psychological state of the children involved. This judgment may be made for all children to be involved in research under a particular protocol, or for each child, as the IRB deems appropriate. If the IRB determines that the capability of some or all of the children is so limited that they cannot reasonably be consulted or that the intervention or procedure involved in the research holds out a prospect of direct benefit that is important to the health or well-being of the children and is available only in the context of the research, the assent of the children is not a necessary condition for proceeding with the ...
The history of contemporary human subjects protections began in 1947 with the Nuremberg Code developed for the Nuremberg Military Tribunal as standards by which to judge the human experimentation conducted by the Nazis. The Code captures many of what are now taken to be the basic principles governing the ethical conduct of research involving human subjects.. Similar recommendations were made by the World Medical Association in its Declaration of Helsinki: Recommendations Guiding Medical Doctors in Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects first adopted in 1964 and subsequently revised many times.. Basic regulations governing the protection of human subjects in research supported or conducted by HHS (then the Department of Health, Education and Welfare) were first published in 1974. In the United States, a series of highly publicized abuses in research led to the enactment of the 1974 National Research Act (Public Law 93-348), which created the National Commission for the Protection of Human ...
July 21, 2001 Michael A. Carome, M.D. Director, Division of Compliance Oversight Office for Human Research Protections 6100 Executive Boulevard, Suite 3B01 National Institutes of Health (MSC 7507) Rockville, Maryland 20852-7507 RE: Human Subjects Protections under Multiple Project Assurance (MPA)...
All investigators (faculty, staff, and students) conducting research that involves human subjects must complete the necessary training prior to submitting their IRB proposals. Ideally this should occur prior to preparing your application as it will provide useful information that can inform the design of your research study. CITI Programs Human Subjects Research (HSR) series covers the historical development of human subject protections, as well as current information on regulatory and ethical issues. It consists of a series of modules.. Beginning 9/1/16, all new IRB applications will require CITI training of all investigators conducting research that involves human subjects. This includes faculty researchers, student researchers, and faculty mentoring both undergraduate and graduate student research projects.. Anyone that has an NIH Certificate of Completion for the Protecting Human Research Participants Training Module issued prior to 9/1/16 can continue to use this as proof of training ...
Sometimes it is both necessary and proper to pay a person to participate in a clinical trial, of a drug or some other medical intervention, or a data-collection study, or something else that involves people. An article in this weeks New England Journal of Medicine reviews many of the relevant ethical issues.. A link to the article is here. Correction to initial post: subscription or purchase does appear required.. Why pay somebody to be in a trial? The main reasons are to reimburse them for unavoidable expenses, to compensate them for time that would not otherwise be required in the course of standard medical care or normal life, and, indeed, to get them to participate in the first place. In cancer medicine, where Ive worked, the subjects are cancer patients who are generally not paid to participate; they usually are willing to do so in the hope of possible benefit, plus, often, a sense of altruism. But most drugs have their first human testing in healthy volunteers, to begin to identify ...
TITLE 40. PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY. CHAPTER 4. FOOD AND DRUGS. PART X. UNIFORM CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES LAW. 40:961 Definitions. As used in this Part, the following terms shall have the meaning ascribed to them in this Section unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1) Addict means a drug dependent person who habitually uses any narcotic drugs as to have lost the power of self-control with reference to his use of said drugs.. (2) Administer means to deliver under the auspices of a registered practitioner a controlled dangerous substance to the ultimate user or human research subject by injection, or for inhalation, or ingestion, or by any other means except where otherwise provided by law.. (3) Agent means an authorized person who acts on behalf of or at the direction of a manufacturer, distributor, or dispenser but does not include a common or contract carrier, public warehouseman, or employee thereof.. (4) Apothecary means a licensed pharmacist as defined by the laws of ...
ATLANTA - Shocking as it may seem, U.S. government doctors once thought it was fine to experiment on disabled people and prison inmates. Such experiments included giving hepatitis to mental patients in Connecticut, squirting a pandemic flu virus up the noses of prisoners in Maryland, and injecting cancer cells into chronically ill people at a New York hospital.Much of this horrific history is 40 to 80 years old, but it is the backdrop for a meeting in Washington this week by a presidential bioethics commission. The meeting was triggered by the governments apology last fall for federal doctors infecting prisoners and mental patients in Guatemala with syphilis 65 years ago. U.S. officials also acknowledged there had been dozens of similar experiments in the United States - studies that often involved making healthy people sick.. In this June 25, 1945 photo, a doctor exposes a patient to malaria-carrying mosquitoes at Stateville Penitentiary in Crest Hill, Ill. A series of malaria studies at ...
IRBNet also provides a Researcher Resources page. Brief instructional videos walk individuals through the five steps of submitting a new project and the subsequent procedures for managing and updating projects. The username / password for all is Mass. Eye and Ear / training. Learn how to establish a profile in IRBNet by visiting the Personnel Requirements link below, under Training. Application forms are located in IRBNet, under Forms and Templates. The HSC Submission Checklist (in IRBNet under Forms and Templates) should be used for every submission to ensure that the submission is complete and to minimize review delays due to incomplete submissions. ...
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Operation Paperclip was without precedent, entirely unprincipled, and inherently dangerous (Jacobsen, 2014). It was a tacit conspiracy by officials of the joint military intelligence; the CIA and the FBI. The officials involved were proponents of the belief that the ends justify the means; they were convinced that their cause - obtaining German scientific technology in order to beat the Soviets in an arms race - served a higher purpose than preserving democracy. ...
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Before beginning a study and during the proposal preparation process, an important issue to consider is whether the proposed research qualifies as human subjects research as defined by the Department of Health and Human Services Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) and/or the National Institutes of Health. Take a look at the OHRP decision charts and/or the NIH questionnaire to find out what aspects of human subjects research may apply.
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Ellen Roche died on June 2, and the Roche family has apparently not yet filed a lawsuit. However, JH still faced a serious sanction. On July 19 the federal Office for Human Research Protection (OHRP) suspended all JH research on human subjects. This halted 2,400+ ongoing experiments with 15,000+ human subjects. The disruption was administratively chaotic, devastating to research, and potentially grave for patients participating in experiments who suddenly found their medication withheld. Perhaps for this reason the OHRP lifted the suspension three days later, though with the requirement that experiments meet new safeguards ...
Databases, registries (data banks), and repositories (tissue banks) all involve the collection and storage of information and/or biological specimens over time. Some registry/repositories serve diagnostic or clinical purposes, while others are solely for research. Many serve more than one purpose.. Rapid advances, particularly in genomics have allowed registry/repositories to serve as tremendous resources for investigators. There are questions to be addressed that extend beyond those envisioned at the time of their creation.. Research use data/biospecimens that are stored in registry/repositories is governed by the federal human subject protection regulations known as the Common Rule (45 CFR 46) and the HIPAA Privacy Rule (45 CRF 160 & 164) and by CHOP IRB Policies and Procedures. Specific requirements depend upon how and why the information or specimens in the resource are collected, stored, used, and shared.. The requirements for and extent of IRB oversight depends on the whether or not the ...
A written proposal for what is to be accomplished during this elective must be generated prior to starting, such that the resident will gain the experience of designing an experiment. During the elective, the resident will learn and practice the scientific method and rigorous scientific technique while carrying out their project/experiment. Techniques learned may include laboratory skills (molecular and genetic studies, animal experiments, chemical/biochemical experiments, etc.) or clinical research skills (clinical trial methodology, epidemiology, biostatistics, etc.). Ideally, the residents work will result in authorship on manuscript(s) or abstract(s). Residents will learn about the informed consent process and develop an understanding of HIPAAs impact upon clinical research. In accordance with NIH Clinical Research standards, any resident participating in clinical research will be required to participate in Human Subjects Protection training (obtaining a Certificate of Completion for Web ...
It all began when young Jodie, who was about one year old at the time, was injected with a strange vaccine containing a mixture of MMR, which her parents had consented to, as well as five other vaccines including live oral polio vaccine. Jodies parents had specifically instructed medical staff at the Aldermoor Surgery health clinic in Southampton, UK, not to administer any additional vaccines besides MMR to Jodie, but they did so anyway ...
About DHS militarization, see the new, breakthrough analysis from James Simpson, Police Militarization, Abuses of Power, and the Road to Impeachment and our earlier, Marxist Presidents Military Exercises in These U.S. Cities; Yours One? About the trajectory of this, we must pray, communicate, keep calm, and do not become the first to engage. If it comes to it, do not even respond in kind, until after the after the first times that extreme, anti-American violence is done by them. It calls for an attitude of self sacrifice -- first cheek, second cheek, then no more. And speak out about the potential and strategic sense of the Obama/NWOs DHS carrying out false flag missions of violence, blaming it on American patriots, perhaps upon our militia movements. We are in a real war, right now (of which others and I have been trying to alert fellow Sovereign Citizens for years) and the prime war is for the minds, hearts, and wills of the American People. We are opposed by an anti-American ...
PS: But you really have to question human superiority What justifies the things we do to animals? What justifies keeping a person in a vegetative coma alive? There are two basic views that support cruelty to animals: either you accept the Aristotelian view that the universe has a purpose and the less rational are here to serve the more rational, or you believe the Judeo-Christian view that God has given us dominion over the world. But once you get away from those two worldviews, there just isnt a basis for drawing a sharp moral boundary between us and them ...
A project of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the GM banana is intended for cultivation and use in poor African countries, where vitamin A deficiency is widespread. Like the infamous GM Golden Rice, which has failed in every trial thus far conducted, the novel GM banana is being offered up as the solution to vitamin A deficiency, even though there are plenty of other natural fruits and vegetables like mangoes and sweet potatoes that already contain high levels of beta-carotene ...
1945 Program F is implemented by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). This is the most extensive U.S. study of the health effects of fluoride, which was the key chemical component in atomic bomb production. One of the most toxic chemicals known to man, fluoride, it is found, causes marked adverse effects to the central nervous system but much of the information is squelched in the name of national security because of fear that lawsuits would undermine full-scale production of atomic bombs. ...
1945 Program F is implemented by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). This is the most extensive U.S. study of the health effects of fluoride, which was the key chemical component in atomic bomb production. One of the most toxic chemicals known to man, fluoride, it is found, causes marked adverse effects to the central nervous system but much of the information is squelched in the name of national security because of fear that lawsuits would undermine full-scale production of atomic bombs. ...
Overview of Human Subject Protections in Côte-dIvoire Governing Agencies and Ethics Review Structure Ministry of Health (French) National Committee on Ethics and Research Useful Documents Essential Medicines and Health Products Information Local Research Institutions Hôpital Triechville (Abidjan). ...
Increasingly, the ACRO member companies constitute the global drug development infrastructure, said John Lewis, ACRO Vice President of Public Affairs. With a footprint now in 115 countries and responsibility for annually conducting more than 11,000 clinical trials involving two million participants, we have an obligation to engage and educate our various constituencies about issues effecting clinical research. These topics range from ensuring human subject protections to cultivating favorable regulatory and economic environments that promote more efficient drug development ...
The personalization of cancer therapy for patients require characterization of uniqued and shared genetic data. Personalizing care in this way can have numerous benefits, such as identifying a subset of mutations that may be actionable with current drugs. However, the translation of clinical sequencing bears unique challenges including identifying patients who could benefit, developing informed consent and human subjects protections, outlining measurable outcomes, interpreting what results should be reported and validated, and how results should be reported. This MI-ONCOSEQ project has three themes:. ...
Competencies: After completing this class, students are expected to be able to attain the following Epidemiology Department MPH competencies: Be familiar with basic aspects of field methods in epidemiology (e.g. human subject protection, data collection and management, survey design, sampling strategies, calculating power, and public health surveillance) [Epid competency 8]. Specifically, students will be able to o Enter, manage, and manipulate data in R o Conduct basic data analysis in R o Graphically display quantitative data in ...
If you have any interest at all in ethics and scientific research, read Carl Schneiders new book. Dont bother reading this post. Just read the book. Itll change how you think about the legal regime that weve got in place for regulating human-subjects research. The book, The Censors Hand, targets the Institutional
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James Giordano is an appointed member of the US Department of Health and Human Services Secretarys Advisory Council for Human Research Protection. He has also served on the Neuroethics, Legal and Social Issues Advisory Panel of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) working on brain-machine interfaces. He was also Senior Science Advisory Fellow to the Strategic Multilevel Assessment Group of the Pentagon, where he addressed international developments in dual-use brain science and bioweapons, and is an elected member of the European Academy of Science and Arts. About neuroethics at CRB. ...
Lists, and provides links to, the federal, state, and institutional policies that govern the University of Michigans Human Research Protection Program (HRPP).
Thanks to a public outcry that included objections from bioethics experts from across the country, the federal Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) has
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) have issued a new training policy: Policy on Good Clinical Practice Training for NIH Awardees Involved in NIH-funded Clinical Trials; NOT-OD-16-148. Yale University, in compliance with this policy, is requiring investigators and clinical trial site staff who are responsible for the conduct, management, and oversight of NIH-funded as well as industry-sponsored clinical trials to be trained in Good Clinical Practice (GCP). According to the new policy, a GCP refresher course will be required every three years. This policy is effective as of January 1, 2017. The Yale Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) will require investigators and research staff to comply with this policy. If you have not been trained in GCP or have not completed a refresher course in the past three years, you must complete one of the courses listed below by January 1, 2017. ...
Expedited review procedures for certain kinds of research involving no more than minimal risk, and for minor changes in approved research.. (a) The Secretary, HHS [Health & Human Services], has established, and published as a Notice in the FEDERAL REGISTER, a list of categories of research that may be reviewed by the IRB through an expedited review procedure. The list will be amended, as appropriate after consultation with other departments and agencies, through periodic republication by the Secretary, HHS, in the FEDERAL REGISTER. A copy of the list is available from the Office for Human Research Protections, HHS, or any successor office.. (b) An IRB may use the expedited review procedure to review either or both of the following:. (1) Some or all of the research appearing on the list and found by the reviewer(s) to involve no more than minimal risk,. (2) Minor changes in previously approved research during the period (of one year or less) for which approval is authorized. Under an ...
UVMs Research Protections Office (RPO) is recognized for outstanding review/oversight programs that support the institutions conduct of safe and ethically sound scientific research involving human participants, vertebrate animals and biohazards.. ...
Unethical human experimentation violates the principles of medical ethics. It has been performed by countries including Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, North Korea, the United States, and the Soviet Union. Examples include Project MKUltra, Unit 731, Totskoye nuclear exercise,[18] the experiments of Josef Mengele, and the human experimentation conducted by Chester M. Southam.. Nazi Germany performed human experimentation on large numbers of prisoners (including children), largely Jews from across Europe, but also Romani, Sinti, ethnic Poles, Soviet POWs and disabled Germans, by Nazi Germany in its concentration camps mainly in the early 1940s, during World War II and the Holocaust. Prisoners were forced into participating; they did not willingly volunteer and no consent was given for the procedures. Typically, the experiments resulted in death, trauma, disfigurement or permanent disability, and as such are considered as examples of medical torture. After the war, these crimes were tried at what ...
The Lancet Dec 02, 2017 Volume 390 Number 10111 p2413-2526 e43-e49 http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/issue/current Comment Typhoid vaccine development with a human challenge model Nicholas A Feasey, Myron M Levine Published: 2 December 2017 Experimental human typhoid fever challenge was first described in 1896 by Wright, who vaccinated two men against typhoid fever and challenged one with what…
Researchers have successfully developed a new Strep A human challenge model, paving the way to test vaccines against the common deadly bacteria that...
This report provides an overview of the Fiscal Year 1999 operations of the DSHS/DOH Human Research Review Board (HRRB). The HRRB is the institutional review board (IRB) for the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services and the Washington State Department of Health. The report summarizes the Boards authority and functions, outlines the human research review
The new language lowered the bar on experimentation through a loophole permitting so-called legitimate kinds, unrelated to detainees well being.. Yet human subject protections are codified in US law (45 CFR 46.101-46.124 - 2005) as well as codes of professional conduct - collectively called the Common Rule, applying to all federally funded human experimentation, including CIA and DOD practices.. None may be conducted without subjects consent and unless safe and beneficial to their welfare. Research and experiments amounting to torture clearly are not, and thus violate US and international law as well as established medical ethics.. Despite Obamas January 22, 2009 executive order prohibiting most enhanced interrogation techniques and his rhetoric at the time, hes continued the most extreme Bush administration abuses, (including so-called safe, legal and effective ones) - what PHR concluded are crimes of war and against humanity. Claiming health professionals protect detainees through ...
This will be an ongoing series to introduce you to individual units or offices that make up Team March. The series will run before each Unit Training Assembly or twice a month.). The Veterans Administration Office of Research Oversight (VAORO) has been at March Air Reserve Base nearly 10 years, according to John Farley, health science specialist here. But many, if not most of you, are unaware of its existence or what its mission is. The VAORO, in general, is charged with compliance oversight for VA Research to human and animal subjects; laboratory safety and scientific misconducts.. This office (March location) is focused on oversight of research program management and human research subject protection, Farley said. That means that we review VA facilities where research with human subjects is conducted and make sure that theyre following all the federal rules, both the common rule and VA policies.. The March VAORO team does assessments in advance that amount to document reviews of all of ...
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This view seems to be THE greatest threat against this system right now. I believe it is due to ENLIGHTENMENT being the greatest threat. This may be why many TIs as well as the public are being brainwashed into accepting a Christian point of view or a Satanic one. Both are strict and really dont allow for much enlightenment. The Satanic view is hateful of humans (Lucifers angry side or core difference with human nature) and simply deems all others unworthy. Their view is that Christians are in existence to clean up the mess and casualties of their greed driven, self centered, elitist system that excludes those not like them. Christians are so various in their beliefs that its hard to even get a hold on what they believe. Most of it seems like just another submission to a deity and to a strict code of actions in life that excludes enlightenment and the use of the Will. Also very disturbing is the blood-cult like Christian Right who believe in a chilling philosophy that Christs blood was ...
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In theory it gives the Environmental Protection Agency the authority to collect information about the hazards posed by chemicals and to take action to control unreasonable risks. In reality, collecting information is all but impossible because of trademark secrets embedded into the law; and controlling risks is so tied up in legalese that even asbestos, long ago proved to cause cancer and other fatal diseases is not banned in the U.S. ...
Clinical Research and Medical Ethics Review Origin and History o 1927 Food Drug and Insecticide Administration formed o Death of 107 people from elixir of sulphanilamide containing solvent diethylene glycol o Federal (Food Drug & Cosmetics) Act - approval of new drugs before marketing Nuremberg Doctors Trial 1946/7 (United States of America v. Karl Brandt, et al.) Twenty three physicians and scientists were tried for crimes against humanity. Five were acquitted, seven received death sentences; the remainder received prison sentences ranging from 10 years to life imprisonment. The Nuremberg principle forms a basis for war crime prosecutions. Trial judges defined the essential obligation of physician to human research subject - Nuremberg code. Established the principle of Informed consent: The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. The Nuremberg code includes such principles as informed consent and absence of coercion; properly formulated scientific experimentation; and ...
To determine the effect of FLU-v on reducing the incidence of Mild to Moderate Influenza Disease (MMID) defined as detectable viral shedding plus at least one
A commercial institutional review board (IRB) specializing in human research protection for social science and education research: HeartlandIRB
This course is designed to prepare investigators involved in the design and/or conduct of research involving human subjects to understand their obligations to protect the rights and welfare of subjects in research. The course material presents basic concepts, principles, and issues related to the protection of research participants.. As a part of NIHs commitment to the protection of human subjects and its response to Federal mandates for increased emphasis on protection for human subjects in research, the NIH Office of Extramural Research released a policy on Required Education in the Protection of Human Research Participants in June 2000. This course is specifically designed for extramural nvestigators and is one (of many) possibilities for meeting the policy requirement.. ...
She has also been accused of conducting research on children without getting parental approval. The local IRB (Institutional Review Board) had originally determined that since only parents and teachers filled out surveys about the children that the children were not research subjects. This meant that the study was exempt from the normal parental approval requirements. After the allegations of scientific misconduct were raised, the medical school sought a second opinion from the national experts at the Office of Human Research Protections. This office ruled that the children were indeed research subjects. This meant that the research was not exempt from parental approval requirements. Allegations of misconduct often degenerate into a he said/she said argument and it is difficult for an outsider to objectively evaluate the evidence. A web search on the name Gretchen LeFever will produce a wide range of opinions about her original research and the rationale for her firing. DISCUSSION ...
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WCCT uses the CPT method for PBMC isolation when conducting human challenge studies at their Viral Challenge facility in Costa Mesa, CA.
Not surprisingly, the exploding social media landscape is fraught with ethical intrigue for researchers who seek to recruit human research subjects for clinical trials.. There are obvious concerns about confidentiality, informed consent, and other ethical issues, but there is also an ever-expanding database that could lead recruiters to ideal subjects for a given clinical trial. With little in the way of regulations or formal guidance for this expanding area, researchers recently outlined a practical path through this potential minefield and included a checklist for IRBs. (For more information, see summary points in this issue.). While the ethically relevant differences between social media and more customary recruitment techniques should not be exaggerated, these materials can help to serve as a roadmap for its potentially unfamiliar aspects and contribute to putting social media recruitment in proper ethical perspective as a valuable recruitment tool, the authors conclude.. For further ...
By Gary Evans The next frontier in transplant medicine includes bioengineered organs, which raise ethical issues but could help alleviate a critical shortage that leaves more than 100,000 people on organ wait lists annually in the United States. A critical aspect of advancing bioengineered organs is the ability to bridge the research gap between animals and man by conducting research on patients declared brain-dead, who technically would not meet the ethical thresholds for human research subjects. For example, the idea is to test bioengineered lungs . . .
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The Nano Kathleen Foote Kennedy Collection consists of two bound volumes of her student notebooks. Lecture Notes include Urinalysis, Dr. Miller; Gynecology, Dr. Richardson and Dr. Hunner; Anaethesia, Dr. Reid; Constitutional Diseases, Dr. Austrian; Pediatrics, Dr. Blackfan; Obstetrics, Dr. Millia, includes questions for an exam; Obstetrical Nursing, Miss Ramsay; Psychiatry, Dr. Thompson and Dr. Hall; Public Health, Miss Lent; Infectious Diseases, Dr. Austrian.. Policy on Access and Use. This collection may contain some restricted records. Materials pertaining to patients, students, employees, and human research subjects, as well as unprocessed collections and recent administrative records, carry restrictions on access. For more information about the policies and procedures for access, see Policy on Access and Use.. Permissions and Credits. When citing material from this collection, credit The Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives of The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. For permission to ...
These cheap hucksters want you to believe that the life of a human research subject is as easy as hanging out at a frat party. They state on the site that theyve been seen on Fox TV, Oprah, and Discovery. They have this local number in Philadelphia, which refers you (after listening to a recorded sales pitch that repeats whats on the web site) to another number in Washington D.C. This speaks of a substantial and well-funded, but hard-to-trace operation, which sells largely useless books by appealing to ones basest instincts, and which pushes all the lame, cheap myths about guinea pigging to suckers. They even re-chew the ancient anecdote about film director Robert Rodriguez getting started with this kind of income! They want to be sure that their customers are only the most stupid people on Earth: Buy this book, get free booze & dope, get paid to have sex, start a glamorous career in Hollywood! It reminds me (again) of the similarities between the sex business and the recruitment of human ...
UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES AND ACTIVITIES Privacy and Security Committee (2010-present) Provosts Committee on Access to Scholarly Publications (2010-present) Human Research Protection Program Steering Committee (2010-present) Review and approve all requests for exceptions to Yale Policy on PI status for investigators in Yale School of Medicine (2010-present) Yale Center for Clinical Investigation Director, Tracking and Evaluation Program (2008-present) Executive Committee (2007-present) CARE (Community Alliance for Research Enhancement) Committee (2007-present) Yale Cancer Center, Executive Committee (2007-present) LCME Self-assessment Taskforce (2006-2007) Search Committee for Director of OEHS (2006-2007) Senior Appointments and Promotions Committee, School of Medicine (2005-2007) Cancer Center Program Committee, Deans Representative (2004-2007) Search Committee for Chair of the Section of Comparative Medicine (2003-2005) HIPAA Research Implementation Committee (2002-2003) Animal Resources ...
Submitting a Complaint to Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Complainants may submit allegations of noncompliance by e-mail, mail, or fax to OHRPs Director of the Division of Compliance Oversight, 1101 Wootton Parkway, Suite 200, Rockville, MD, 20852 (email [email protected]; fax 240-453-6909). OHRP accepts complaints submitted anonymously, and asks complainants who identify themselves to OHRP whether OHRP may reveal their identity to the institution where the alleged noncompliance may have occurred.. If you have any questions, you may contact OHRP at 240-453-6900 or visit the HHS OHRP web page for more information ...
Submitting a Complaint to Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Complainants may submit allegations of noncompliance by e-mail, mail, or fax to OHRPs Director of the Division of Compliance Oversight, 1101 Wootton Parkway, Suite 200, Rockville, MD, 20852 (email [email protected]; fax 240-453-6909). OHRP accepts complaints submitted anonymously, and asks complainants who identify themselves to OHRP whether OHRP may reveal their identity to the institution where the alleged noncompliance may have occurred.. If you have any questions, you may contact OHRP at 240-453-6900 or visit the HHS OHRP web page for more information ...
Based on the results of pilot testing, the questionnaire must be revised and retested until each instrument item attains an acceptable level of validity and reliability. Andrews). 29. Biemer (Editor), Robert M. Methods Of Minimizing Errors In Measurement Sequencing checks involve the process of ensuring that all those who should have answered the question (because they gave a particular answer to earlier question) have done so and that respondents The bias of dissatisfaction is introduced and skews the responses. Please try the request again. Stellner Professor of Marketing and Deputy Director of the Survey Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. weblink Newsroom Publications Partner with Us Careers AboutExecutive Leadership Corporate Governance Office Locations Living Our Mission Commitment to Quality Ethics and Human Research Protection Corporate Development Careers Practice AreasHealth Education and Workforce Dissertation Abstracts International 1994; 55:5508B ...
Aricept (donepezil) is thought to work in the brain by increasing the levels of an important brain chemical called acetylcholine. This chemical helps a persons memory to work better.. In 1997 the Pharmaletter questioned the reported safety and efficacy of Aricept (donepezil), a drug used to improve mental function among patients with moderate dementia. Aricept increases transmission of brain chemicals (acetycholine) by inhibition of the enzyme (acetycholinesterase) that degrades acetycholine. But its effect diminishes over time due to the die off of brain cells (neurons). The Pharmaletter review that the approval of Aricept was based upon data from a single inconclusive trial. [The Pharmaletter 1997]. In fact, high-dose Aricept was approved over the objection of two FDA reviewers. An appeal to withdraw this drug was issued. [Alliance Human Research Protection]. In 2006 a study reported 11 deaths among patients taking Aricept and no deaths among patients taking an inactive placebo pill! [WebMD ...
Under todays laws, humans in the United States may not be experimented on without their written consent and may elect to withdraw voluntarily from research at any time.. These are two rights that chimpanzees-as sentient and complex in their own way as humans are in their way-do not have.. The well-documented history of experiments on unwilling or unwitting humans shows that, unchecked, scientific interests can push the moral boundaries with little regard for the right of the individual being-human or nonhuman.. What seems so horrific to us under todays moral consideration was quite acceptable, even if brushed under the carpet, not so long ago. Project R&R is dedicated to arriving at the same moral repulsion toward research on our closest genetic relative-the chimpanzee-as we now have toward harmful research on humans.. For more information on human experimentation see: Human Experiments: A Chronology of Human Research by Vera Hassner Sharav. Top Δ. ...
The Human Research and Engineering Directorate (HRED) is ARLs principal center for research and development directed toward optimizing soldier performance and man-machine interactions. The HRED examines human performance in the perceptual, cognitive, and psychomotor domains in order to increase the body of knowledge of human capabilities and limitations, and to assess the impact of emerging technologies on soldier performance. Research is conducted on intelligent decision aids and interfaces; human control of automated systems; control display and workstation design; and MANPRINT design, analysis, and integration methods.
I suggest that reimbursement for research studies is commonplace but seems to be forbidden in hESC research. What makes it so different? Facilities conducting this research are under a magnifying glass and most likely are afraid of criticism regarding human embryos. Are they afraid of a public relations backlash? Perhaps they truly feel it is ethically inappropriate, even though participants in other forms of clinical research; sperm, egg, and blood plasma donation; and surrogacy and adoption are reimbursed or compensatedfor reasonable and customary expenses and time and effort. But any suggestions about reimbursing for human embryos seem to be taboo.. Will Reimbursement Reduce the Number of Embryos Discarded?. So will adding a small financial incentive change human behavior and reduce the number of embryos discarded? Would a study exploring this clear institutional review board perusal for human experimentation oversight? Simply posing the question wont work as people change their minds about ...
I suggest that reimbursement for research studies is commonplace but seems to be forbidden in hESC research. What makes it so different? Facilities conducting this research are under a magnifying glass and most likely are afraid of criticism regarding human embryos. Are they afraid of a public relations backlash? Perhaps they truly feel it is ethically inappropriate, even though participants in other forms of clinical research; sperm, egg, and blood plasma donation; and surrogacy and adoption are reimbursed or compensatedfor reasonable and customary expenses and time and effort. But any suggestions about reimbursing for human embryos seem to be taboo.. Will Reimbursement Reduce the Number of Embryos Discarded?. So will adding a small financial incentive change human behavior and reduce the number of embryos discarded? Would a study exploring this clear institutional review board perusal for human experimentation oversight? Simply posing the question wont work as people change their minds about ...
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Permissible Medical Experiments. The great weight of the evidence before us to effect that certain types of medical experiments on human beings, when kept within reasonably well-defined bounds, conform to the ethics of the medical profession generally. The protagonists of the practice of human experimentation justify their views on the basis that such experiments yield results for the good of society that are unprocurable by other methods or means of study. All agree, however, that certain basic principles must be observed in order to satisfy moral, ethical and legal concepts: The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements ...
Right-wing media are seizing on deceptively edited videos purporting to show that Planned Parenthood profits from the illegal sale of fetal tissue to justify comparing the organization to Nazis, invoking the deadly human experimentation of notorious Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele. In reality, the full, unedited versions of the videos debunk the allegations. Many groups, including Planned Parenthood, donate fetal tissue to support medical research such as the development of treatments for diseases, and such donations are legal with consent from the donor. Its also legal for providers to accept payment for reasonable expenses with informed consent, but Planned Parenthood does not profit from tissue donations -- Legal reimbursement helps offset the costs associated with donations.
Please note that the Doctors Trial was about unlawful human experimentation. All medicine is experimental, in the words of the leading case of State v Biggs (46 SE Reporter 401, 1903). That Court held that there could be no state system of healing p.402 and at p.405: Medicine is an experimental, not an exact science. All the law can do is to regulate and safeguard the use of powerful and dangerous remedies, like the knife and drugs, but it cannot forbid dispensing with them. When the Master, who was himself called the Good Physician, was told that other than his followers were casting out devils and curing diseases, he said, Forbid them not. Those who profess to believe that Informed Consent only applies to experiment not to treatment (which in their view can be forced on people) have yet to explain why humans should have a strong right to refuse the one (experiment) but not the other (treatment). Such a distinction without meaning is the hallmark of the fascistic mindset and not ...
Human experimentation in military aviation[edit]. See also: Nazi human experimentation. A cold water immersion experiment at ... Throughout the war civilians or prisoners were used as human guinea pigs in testing Luftwaffe equipment. It is unclear whether ...
History and theory of human experimentation: the Declaration of Helsinki and modern medical ethics. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner ... Human Experimentation used in the Nuremberg Code. A notable change from the Nuremberg Code was a relaxation of the conditions ... "Human Experimentation. Code of Ethics of the World Medical Association. Declaration of Helsinki". British Medical Journal. 2 ( ... is a set of ethical principles regarding human experimentation developed for the medical community by the World Medical ...
2007). Human Embryo Experimentation. Paul, Ron (Chapter 9: No form of stem cell research should be federally funded). Detroit, ... Rockwell, Lew (December 13, 2010). "Ron Paul, Defender of Human Dignity". LewRockwell.com. "Ron Paul on Education: Republican ...
... non-consensual human experimentation; and war crimes-"all of which are violations of 'specific, universal, and obligatory' ... In 2015, Human Rights Watch called for the prosecution of Jessen "for [his] alleged direct participation in torture, often ... Human Rights Watch. December 2015. Retrieved December 2, 2015. McLaughlin, Jenna (October 13, 2015). "Former U.S. Detainees Sue ...
2007). Human Embryo Experimentation. Paul, Ron (Chapter 9: No form of stem cell research should be federally funded). Detroit, ...
Mulford, R.D. (1967). "Experimentation on Human Beings". Stanford Law Review. 20 (1): 99-117. doi:10.2307/1227417. JSTOR ... Tests Indicate Victims Lack Some Mechanisms That Well Human Being Has Cancer Recurred Deficiency Is Noted Warning by Southam". ...
Mulford, R.D. (1967). "Experimentation on Human Beings". Stanford Law Review. 20 (1): 99-117. doi:10.2307/1227417. "14 Convicts ... He ran many experiments involving the injection of live cancer cells into human subjects, without disclosing that they were ... Tests Indicate Victims Lack Some Mechanisms That Well Human Being Has Cancer Recurred Deficiency Is Noted Warning by Southam". ...
Experimentation with human beings; the authority of the investigator, subject, professions, and state in the human ... p. 7. reprinted in Katz (1972). Experimentation with human beings, pp. 342-343. Cohen, Richard M. (February 7, 1970). "Genetic ... p. 5. reprinted in Katz (1972). Experimentation with human beings, pp. 343-344. Bauer, Diane (May 4, 1970). "Criminal-prone ... p. 1. reprinted in Katz (1972). Experimentation with human beings, p. 344. . (May 18, 1970). "Congenital criminals?". Newsweek ...
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Subjects or objects? Prisoners and human experimentation. N Engl J Med. 2007;356:1806-1807. Lerner BH. When diseases disappear- ...
"Ethics: Human Experimentation". The ten-thousand year fever: rethinking human and wild primate malarias. Routledge. pp. 127-130 ... Transmission of P. cynomolgi from human to human by a mosquito vector has also been shown in laboratory experiments, although ... Infection of humans with P. cynomolgi is exceedingly rare. However, occasional zoonotic infections have been described. In ... This species has been used as a model for human Plasmodium vivax because Plasmodium cynomolgi shares the same life cycle and ...
Nazi human experimentation Sweet, Frederick; Csapó-Sweet, Rita M. (December 2012). "Clauberg's eponym and crimes against ...
Tarlow v. District of Columbia Dynamic consent Free, prior and informed consent Human experimentation Human experimentation in ... Annas, Glantz, Katz, George, Leonard, Barbara (1977). Informed Consent to Human Experimentation. Cambridge, Massachusetts: ... "Informed Consent to Human Experimentation". Springer Publishing Company. Retrieved 26 September 2013. https://www.govinfo.gov/ ... Historians cite a series of human subject research experiments to trace the history of informed consent in research. The U.S. ...
1990). Human experimentation and antivivisection in turn-of-the-century America. University Microfilms. OCLC 997444549.. ... Lederer's dissertation was titled Human experimentation and antivivisection in turn-of-the-century America. Her advisor was ... Lederer, Susan E. (1997). Subjected to science: human experimentation. The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0801857090. ...
Human experimentation in the United States Wolfgang Saxon (October 28, 1995). "Saul Krugman, 84; Led Fight to Vanquish ... Krugman engaged in human experimentation. Under his direction, a number of children with intellectual disabilities were ... From 1958 to 1964, Krugman conducted human testing and trials with live hepatitis virus. After subjects, Krugman and his team ...
Roberts I, Kwan I, Evans P, Haig S (February 2002). "Does animal experimentation inform human healthcare? Observations from a ... They have developed a microfluidic human-on-a-chip, culturing four different cell types to mimic four human organs: liver, lung ... Culture cells were grown on either side of the membrane: human alveolar epithelial cells on one side, and human pulmonary ... Human skin is the first line of defense against many pathogens and can itself be subject to a variety of diseases and issues, ...
Human Guinea Pigs: Experimentation on Man named those responsible for the research and fully cited its sources. It detailed ... 1978 ISBN 0 407 62603 4 Human Guinea Pigs. Experimentation on man. London: Beacon Press 1968. ISBN 978 0 80702191 0 Passing ... Pappworth, Maurice Henry (1967). Human Guinea Pigs: Experimentation on Man. Routledge and Kegan Paul. ISBN 978-0-8070-2191-0. ... Pappworth's and Beecher's work eventually led to the introduction of stricter codes of practice for human experimentation and ...
Kaye, Jeffery (September 27, 2009). "Smoking Gun on CIA Torture Conspiracy? Human Experimentation Central to EIT Program". ... Morgan has written over 100 peer reviewed science papers about PTSD and the nature of acute stress on human cognition and ... Another article by Morgan and his team looked at dissociative psychological effects of SERE techniques upon human subjects. ( ... Assessment of Humans Experiencing Uncontrollable Stress: The SERE Course,' in Special Warfare (PDF), Morgan and his Special ...
Many units also performed human experimentation. The department was organized under the following system: Unit 691 was under ... was under control of the Japanese Northern China Area Army and performed human experimentation. Unit Ei 1644 or Tama Unit ( ... was under control of the Japanese Central China Area Army and performed human experimentation. 12 different sub-Units (Unknown ... was under control of the Japanese Southern China Area Army and performed human experimentation. Unit 9420 or Oka Unit ( ...
Ed Pilkington (2 September 2009). "CIA doctors face human experimentation claims". The Guardian. London. Agreement Between the ... The human rights organization Human Rights Watch has criticized the Bush administration over this designation in its 2003 world ... which bans human experimentation on prisoners. The base, which is considered legally to be leased by the Cuban government to ... Bush administration's human rights record. Saudi Arabia's state-sponsored Saudi Human Rights group blamed the U.S. for the ...
Human experimentation and biological warfareEdit. Hypothermia experiment, using Chinese prisoners as subjects under ... One case of human experimentation occurred in Japan itself. At least nine out of 11 crew members survived the crash of a U.S. ... Naomi Baumslag, Murderous Medicine: Nazi Doctors, Human Experimentation, and Typhus, 2005, p. 207 ... human experimentation, starvation, and forced labor that was either directly perpetrated or condoned by the Japanese military ...
"Experimentation with Human Subjects: A Critique of the Views of Hans Jonas", Journal of Medical Ethics, 1983. "Consent to ... "Human Experimentation: A Critical Review", The Quarterly Journal of Biology, Dec., 1986. "At Liberty and At Risk", Canadian ... Ethics of Animal and Human Experimentation, eds. P. P. De Deyn, R. D'Hooge, R. Clara, and A. Schafer, John Libbey Co.Ltd., ... "The moral anatomy and moral pathology of the randomized clinical trial", Ethics of animal and human experimentation, eds. De ...
"Codes of Medical and Human Experimentation Ethics". The Least of My Brothers. Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics, American ...
Chaves-Carballo, Enrique (May 2013). "Clara Maass, Yellow Fever and Human Experimentation". Military Medicine. 178 (5): 557-562 ...
Main article: Nazi human experimentation. The cadaver of Berlin dairy merchant Menachem Taffel. He was deported to Auschwitz in ... Spitz, Vivien (2005). Doctors from Hell: the Horrific Account of Nazi Experiments on Humans. Boulder, Colorado: Sentient. ISBN ... Stripped of all human dignity, they pushed and shoved and bit and kicked each other in an effort to get a few more inches' ... Human ashes from the crematorium were mixed with sod and manure to make the compost. The prisoner barracks at Budy also housed ...
Rules of Enjuin Vejjavatapada Ethical principles for human experimentation Declaration of Helsinki Human experimentation in the ... Baumslag, Naomi (2005). Murderous Medicine: Nazi Doctors, Human Experimentation, and Typhus. Praeger Publishers. pp. xxv. ISBN ... I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the ... I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind ...
Akhtar A (2015). "The flaws and human harms of animal experimentation". Camb Q Healthc Ethics. 24 (4): 407-19. doi:10.1017/ ... In 2013, human trials of an HIV vaccine, based on experiments in monkeys, were halted when it was discovered that the vaccine ... The post-antique European world gave rise to a dominant monotheistic culture and with it a de facto ban on human dissection. As ... By the time of Claudius Galen (129 - 200 CE), whose name lives on in the term Galenic formulation, human dissection was no ...
ISBN 0-8143-3063-0 Baumslag, N. (2005). Murderous Medicine: Nazi Doctors, Human Experimentation, and Typhus. Praeger Publishers ... trial Elfriede Lohse-Wächtler German Blood Certificate German Society for Racial Hygiene Lebensborn Nazi human experimentation ... The Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics was founded in 1927. Hartheim Euthanasia Centre was ... O'Mathúna, Dónal P (2006). "Human dignity in the Nazi era: implications for contemporary bioethics". BMC Medical Ethics. 7: E2 ...
Baumslag, Naomi (2005). Murderous medicine: Nazi doctors, human experimentation, and Typhus. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 133 ... Humans were used because lice failed to thrive on animals, until it was discovered that some could live on an "Easter bunny" ... Human lice feeders were also used in America in the 1940s. The Wilmington Morning Star reported that the U.S. government's ... Louse-feeders were human sources of blood for lice infected with typhus, which were then used to research possible vaccines ...
They worked in close harmony with the Labour Movement and were concerned with the spiritual and social objective of the human ... Kenneth Teitelbaum and William J. Reese, "American Socialist Pedagogy and Experimentation in the Progressive Era: The Socialist ...
A related species, Lathyrus sativus, is grown for human consumption but when it forms a major part of the diet it causes ... The sweet pea is thus a model organism being used in early experimentations in genetics, particularly by the pioneer geneticist ...
Baumslag, Naomi (2005). Murderous Medicine: Nazi Doctors, Human Experimentation, and Typhus. Praeger Publishers. ISBN 0-275- ... To have coped with this and-except for cases of human weakness-to have remained decent, that has made us tough. This is an ...
The use of tools by early humans was partly a process of discovery and of evolution. Early humans evolved from a species of ... Science is systematic knowledge of the physical or material world gained through observation and experimentation.[16] ... American Journal of Human Genetics. 72 (6): 1586-90; author reply 1590-93. doi:10.1086/375407. PMC 1180321 . PMID 12817589.. ... 2000). Visions of Technology: A Century of Vital Debate about Machines, Systems, and the Human World. Simon & Schuster, ISBN ...
"Beyond the grave: understanding human decomposition" A. A. Vass Microbiology Today 2001 [1] ... Wilson, L. and M. Pollard, "Here today, gone tomorrow? Integrated experimentation and geochemical modeling in studies of ...
Carroll, J. B. (1993). Human cognitive abilities: A survey of factor-analytic studies. New York: Cambridge University Press. ... controlled experimentation, and abstract concepts, such as energy, inertia, etc., can be taught.[34] ... According to Demetriou's theory, the human mind is organized in three functional levels. The first is the level of processing ... Pascual-Leone argued that human thought is organized in two levels.[citation needed] ...
Relations with humansEdit. In cultures and religionsEdit. Main article: Reptiles in culture ... into the Ecology and Evolutionary Success of Crocodilians Revealed through Bite-Force and Tooth-Pressure Experimentation". PLOS ... Further information: Crocodilia § Interactions with humans. Crocodiles are protected in many parts of the world, and are farmed ...
Thomas Reid (January 2012). Essays on the Active Powers of the Human Mind; An Inquiry Into the Human Mind on the Principles of ... and are being constrained by ongoing experimentation.[86] ... Oxford Handbook of Human Action (Volume 2 of Social Cognition ... Thirteenth century philosopher Thomas Aquinas viewed humans as pre-programmed (by virtue of being human) to seek certain goals ... in holding that free will is a feature of a human's soul, and thus that non-human animals lack free will.[236] ...
The disease is caused by yellow fever virus and is spread by the bite of an infected female mosquito.[3] It infects only humans ... "Guinea Pig Doctors: The Drama of Medical Research Through Self-Experimentation" by Jon Franklin (Author), John Sutherland ( ... Barnes, E. (2005). Diseases and Human Evolution. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico. ISBN 978-0-8263-3065-9. .. ... Pyriproxyfen is recommended as a chemical larvicide, mainly because it is safe for humans and effective even in small doses.[4] ...
"HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology. 61: 151-177.. *^ Wood, B.; Collard, M. (1999). "The Human Genus". Science. 284 ( ... It is unclear if the Oldowan was independently invented or if it was the result of hominin experimentation with rocks over ... Homo habilis - The Smithsonian Institution's Human Origins Program. *Human Timeline (Interactive) - Smithsonian, National ... habilis is assumed to have had an accelerated growth rate compared to modern humans, more like that of modern non-human apes.[ ...
List of regions in the human brain. References[edit]. *^ Gabrieli; et al. (1998). "The role of left prefrontal cortex in ... When their subjects were undergoing experimentation, they were presented with consonant strings, pseudo-words, and words, and ... Human Brain Mapping Aug 2007. ISSN 1097-0193 *^ Demb, J.; Desmond, J.; Wagner, A.; Vaidya, C.; Glover, G.; Gabrieli, J. (1995 ... Human Brain Mapping Jun, 2006. 28:194-204 *^ S. okoyama, H. Okamoto, T. Miyamoto, K. Yoshimoto, J. Kim, K. Iwata, H. Jeong, S. ...
Becker, Gary S. (1976). The Economic Approach to Human Behavior. University of Chicago Press. p. 5. ISBN 978-0-226-04112-4. .. ... this type of testing is typically regarded as less rigorous than controlled experimentation, and the conclusions typically more ... In economics, labor is a measure of the work done by human beings. It is conventionally contrasted with such other factors of ... Fehr, Ernst; Fischbacher, Urs (23 October 2003). "The Nature of Human Altruism". Nature. 425 (6960): 785-791. Bibcode:2003Natur ...
Human experimentation in the United States. *Institutional review board. *Inverse benefit law ... The Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Regulations 2004. *The Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Amendment ... "Clinical Trials and Human Subject Protection". www.fda.gov. Retrieved 2018-11-01.. ... GCP guidelines include protection of human rights for the subjects and volunteers in a clinical trial. It also provides ...
Some downwinders may have suffered acute exposure due to their involvement in uranium mining and nuclear experimentation.[4] ... dose-response relationship for any common environmental human carcinogen", according to report by the National Cancer Institute ... Department of Health and Human Services. 1997. Retrieved 16 June 2018.. ...
To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System. Institute of Medicine (IOM). 2000.. ... that cannot generally be acquired from mere experimentation".[19] When these elements are present, the simulation is often ... It can involve simulated human patients - artificial, human or a combination of the two, educational documents with detailed ... The human guide is often referred to as a "facilitator".[1] It is this facilitator who guides the debriefing which occurs after ...
Since the human ear is not equally sensitive to all sound frequencies, noise levels at maximum human sensitivity, somewhere ... Andrew Clennel Palmer (2008), Dimensional Analysis and Intelligent Experimentation, World Scientific, 154 pp, p.13 ... dB sound intensity level - relative to 10−12 W/m², which is roughly the threshold of human hearing in air.. dB SWL. dB sound ... The human ear has a large dynamic range in sound reception. The ratio of the sound intensity that causes permanent damage ...
Ahoura Afshar, "The Anti-gay Rights Movement in the United States: The Framing of Religion," Essex Human Rights Review (2006) 3 ... it allows for more innovation and experimentation in government; and it makes government more responsive by putting the States ... Harold Koh, "America's Jekyll-and-Hyde Exceptionalism", in Michael Ignatieff, ed.American Exceptionalism and Human Rights (2005 ... An affection for the "variety and mystery" of human existence.. *A conviction that society requires orders and classes that ...
Nazi human experimentation. *Nuremberg Code. *Guatemala - United States relations. References[edit]. *^ a b c Ethically ... The syphilis experiments in Guatemala were United States-led human experiments conducted in Guatemala from 1946 to 1948. The ... The conduct exhibited during the study does not represent the values of the US, or our commitment to human dignity and great ... Human rights activists have called for subjects' families to be compensated.[12] ...
Flesh-flies, being viviparous, frequently give birth to live young on corpses of human and other animals, at any stage of ... Historically, there have been several accounts of applications for, and experimentation with, forensic entomology. The concept ... Forensic entomology uses the presence of Piophila casei larvae to help estimate the date of death for human remains. They do ... Various weather conditions in a given amount of time cause certain pests to invade human households. This is because the ...
Deeply influenced by Spinoza, Wagner placed even greater emphasis on the importance of experimentation and empiricism in ... developed mechanistic explanations for human behavior and raised fears of spreading religious skepticism. Baruch Spinoza ...
that all human beings have-this underlying phenomenon that 'I really, really dislike losses, and I will do all I can to avoid ... Loss aversion experimentation has most recently been applied within an educational setting in an effort to improve achievement ... Humans may be hardwired to be loss averse due to asymmetric evolutionary pressure on losses and gains: for an organism ... They exhibited the same propensity to avoid perceived losses demonstrated by human subjects and investors.[23] While a ...
In d'Alembert's Preliminary Discourse to the Encyclopedia of Diderot, the work's massive goal to record the extent of human ... Lavoisier's years of experimentation formed a body of work that contested phlogiston theory. After reading his "Reflections on ... As an Encyclopédie, it is to set forth as well as possible the order and connection of the parts of human knowledge. As a ... It was the goal of universal encyclopedias to record all human knowledge in a comprehensive reference work.[42] The most well- ...
One area of particular interest is the study of human papilloma viruses (HPV) and their role in cervical cancers. Researchers ... and was employed for a long time by the members as a field for clinical observation and experimentations of therapeutical ... The work done in the new pavilion by Duclaux clarified how the human body accomplished some of its vital functions, and brought ... In 1985, the first human vaccine obtained by genetic engineering from animal cells, the vaccine against hepatitis B, was ...
2016). Female Erasure: What You Need To Know About Gender Politics' War on Women, the Female Sex and Human Rights (1st ed.). ... In the United States, the 1920s was a decade of social experimentation, particularly with sex. This was heavily influenced by ... Institute for Sex Research (Kinsey, et al.) (1953). Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, Saunders. ... Heart disease is listed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as the number one cause of death for all women. ...
... famous for describing human behaviour from a zoological perspective in his books The Naked Ape and The Human Zoo.[240][241] ... "Morgan's passion for experimentation was symptomatic of his general scepticism and his distaste for speculation. He believed ... UCLA Oral History of Human Genetics. October 27, 2005. But that tells you about my religious affiliation, which is not very ... Haldane was also the first to construct human gene maps for haemophilia and colour blindness on the X chromosome and he was one ...
Being written using literate programming, it contains plenty of human-readable documentation. ... and he strongly encourages modifications or experimentations with this source code. In particular, since Knuth highly values ...
Sternberg, E. (2007) Are You a Machine? The Brain, the Mind and What it Means to be Human. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books. ... Affective neuroscience is the study of the neural mechanisms involved in emotion, typically through experimentation on animal ... and developmental mechanisms of behavior in humans and non-human animals. Cellular neuroscience Cellular neuroscience is the ... Damasio, A. R. (1994). Descartes' Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain. New York, Avon Books. ISBN 0-399-13894-3 ( ...
... also has some overlap with archaeology, which primarily works with objects made by humans and with human remains, ... is a long-running debate about whether this Cambrian explosion was truly a very rapid period of evolutionary experimentation; ... "Journal of Human Evolution. 47 (5): 279-303. doi:10.1016/j.jhevol.2004.03.009. PMID 15530349. Retrieved 27 September 2011.. ... Humans evolved from a lineage of upright-walking apes whose earliest fossils date from over 6 million years ago.[88] Although ...
He stated that the Neanderthal had not been a primitive form of human, but an abnormal human being, who, judging by the shape ... Unlike his German peers, Virchow had great faith in clinical observation, animal experimentation (to determine causes of ... the worms could not infect dogs or humans.[64] He established that human roundworm infection occurs through contaminated pork. ... Regal, Brian (2004). Human Evolution : A Guide to Debates. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-Clio. ISBN 9781851094189. .. ...
Nazi human experimentation during World War II, and the problems of economic development in the third world. As a direct ... "technological determinism and the resulting denial of human responsibility for change. There is a loss of human involvement ... Frankenstein's monster, technology itself appears to be alive, or at least capable of shaping human behavior.[14] However, it ... Marx's position has become embedded in contemporary society, where the idea that fast-changing technologies alter human lives ...
Human Rights in Human Experimentation: Human Rights in Human Experimentation. Oxford University Press, USA. pp. 98-. ISBN 978-0 ... Unethical human experimentation in the United States. References. *^ "Nazi Medical Experimentation". US Holocaust Memorial ... Annas, George J. (1992). The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code: Human Rights in Human Experimentation. Oxford University ... Josef Mengele and Experimentation on Human Twins at Auschwitz Archived 14 April 2015 at the Wayback Machine, Children of the ...
Leotus Jones is a former prisoner and subject of human experimentation at Holmesburg prison. ... David Price is a former prisoner and subject of human experimentation at Holmesburg prison. ... Allen Hornblum is the author of Acres of Skin: Human Experiments at Holmesburg Prison ...
This installation conducted human experimentation in food and water deprivation as well as water-borne typhus. According to ... No findings of fact were made about the existence of human experimentation, but the decision of the court was that reparations ... In 1958, Japanese author Shusaku Endo published the book The Sea and Poison about human experimentation, which is thought to ... Unit 731 presents a special problem, since unlike Nazi human experimentation which is extremely well documented, the activities ...
... 3-25-3: (Health News Network) 1931 Dr. Cornelius Rhoads, under the auspices of the ... 1944 U.S. Navy uses human subjects to test gas masks and clothing. Individuals were locked in a gas chamber and exposed to ... Human subjects (both civilian and military) are used with and without their knowledge. [Operation Artichoke] ... 200 black men diagnosed with syphilis are never told of their illness, are denied treatment, and instead are used as human ...
Human Experimentation. 3-25-3. 1931 Dr. Cornelius Rhoads, under the auspices of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical ... Human subjects (both civilian and military) are used with and without their knowledge. 1950 Department of Defense begins plans ... Six of the subprojects involved testing the agents on unwitting human beings. 1955 The CIA, in an experiment to test its ... 1966 CIA initiates Project MKOFTEN, a program to test the toxicological effects of certain drugs on humans and animals. 1966 U. ...
Human guinea pigs: experimentation on man. Maurice Henry Pappworth. Snippet view - 1967. ... books.google.comhttps://books.google.com/books/about/Human_guinea_pigs.html?id=cfE6AAAAMAAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareHuman ... 0 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/Human_guinea_pigs.html?id=cfE6AAAAMAAJ ... Human experimentation. Human experimentation in medicine. Medical ethics. Medicine, Experimental. Export Citation. BiBTeX ...
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  • There is a considerable probability that unethical and involuntary human experiments are currently being conducted by the U.S. Federal Government for research into behavioral control. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • I. In the past the U.S. Federal Government engaged in unethical and involuntary human experimentation for the development of technologies thought critical to U.S. national security. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • B. The U.S. Federal Government continued to conduct unethical and involuntary human experiments even after the Cold War was over. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • The Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) says that it should also be framed as illegal and unethical human experimentation. (lifeissues.net)
  • A new policy brief faults prominent institutions and drug companies like Pfizer, Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, and Population Council, for their involvement in unethical and illegal human experimentation in Africa. (infowars.com)
  • Four decades ago, following numerous disclosures of unethical human research studies conducted in the U.S. - most notably the Tuskegee USPHS syphilis study - the federal government issued regulations that were intended to protect human subjects involved in research. (citizen.org)
  • Despite these federal regulations, highly unethical human research continues to occur. (citizen.org)
  • An Ethicist Asks "Is Regulation Unethical Human Experimentation? (ruwart.com)
  • These internationally-adopted standards for human experimentation, which evolved from the atrocities of Nazi Germany and unethical experiments in the United States and elsewhere, are routinely violated by regulations governing human behavior. (ruwart.com)
  • Since professionals with diverse backgrounds can be labeled as "ethicists," voluntarists and libertarians may wish to bring their expertise to bear on questioning whether regulatory practices are a form of unethical human experimentation. (ruwart.com)
  • Thus, regulation may very well be classified as unethical human experimentation. (ruwart.com)
  • It is perfectly ethical to proceed with any and all type of stem cell research as long as this is human tissue, but it is completely unethical to do embryonic stem cell research, which of its very nature necessitates the killing of a living human embryo to obtain that stem cell. (righttolife.com.au)
  • The United States also has a history of unethical human experimentation. (coursehero.com)
  • Nazi human experimentation was a series of medical experiments on large numbers of prisoners, including children, by Nazi Germany in its concentration camps in the early to mid 1940s, during World War II and the Holocaust . (wikipedia.org)
  • Nazi human experimentation was a series of controversial medical experiments on large numbers of prisoners by the German Nazi regime in its concentration camps during World War II. (reducetheburden.org)
  • The trial of the "German doctors" exposed atrocities of Nazi medical science and led to the Nuremberg Code governing human experimentation. (jhu.edu)
  • The most infamous example of human experimentation came out of Nazi concentration camps during World War II (1939-45). (coursehero.com)
  • As the extermination camps in Nazi-occupied Poland and the concentration camps in Germany were liberated, the scale of human destruction wrought by Nazi ideology both confounded and shocked. (theconversation.com)
  • But, in their efforts to reap the benefits of Nazi scientific research, intelligence officers rapidly discovered the devastation of human medical experimentation. (theconversation.com)
  • Was Nazi science that involved human experimentation ever actually used for anything? (stackexchange.com)
  • There is a rather ferocious debate about using Nazi human experimentation and whether citation should be given for obvious ethical reasons. (stackexchange.com)
  • Was there ever any particular desire to use a specific part of Nazi experiments on humans? (stackexchange.com)
  • Wikipedia addresses this (to a point), see Nazi human experimentation#Modern ethical issues . (stackexchange.com)
  • There's evidence that CIA personnel recognized that illegal human experimentation was taking place. (lifeissues.net)
  • The two men, who had previously worked for the U.S. military, designed the torture methods and performed illegal human experimentation on CIA prisoners to test and refine the program. (commondreams.org)
  • He is the adviser on psychological ethics for Physicians for Human Rights. (democracynow.org)
  • The ethics of experimenting with human brain tissue. (harvard.edu)
  • In the wake of public outrage surrounding these nonconsensual experiments, the US Congress created the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research (National Commission), a group of leading experts in medicine, law, and ethics, charged with developing guidelines on human subject research based on ethical principles. (wordpress.com)
  • The Nuremberg Code is frequently held up in courses and textbooks on medical ethics as the "constitution" of human subjects research. (jhu.edu)
  • Well, really, one of the areas where philosophy and ethics are very often applied is in human healthcare, so maybe we should be imagining a busy hospital instead. (study.com)
  • It was apparent a general code of ethics developing standards for informed consent in human research needed to come out of the trial so the judges formulated the Nuremberg Code as part of their judgement. (theconversation.com)
  • Refinement of general medical ethics into a more specific framework became necessary in recent history, because fundamental human rights were being violated in serious ways. (alcor.org)
  • She is the author, co-author or editor of more than 150 professional articles and some 15 books, including The Sanctity-of-Life-Doctrine in Medicine: A Critique (1987), Caring: Nurses, Women and Ethics (1997), Unsanctifying Human Life: Essays on Ethics (2006), and A Companion to Bioethics, 2nd Edition , (2012). (wiley.com)
  • Human experimentation in North Korea is an issue raised by some North Korean defectors and former prisoners. (wikipedia.org)
  • This was human experimentation on nonconsenting prisoners who were being tortured, a crime within a crime. (lifeissues.net)
  • The most frequently cited cases involve testing the efficacy of poisons on condemned prisoners, but the extent to which other human research was carried on remains obscure. (encyclopedia.com)
  • The Bush administration's legal framework to protect CIA interrogators from violating US statutory and treaty obligations prohibiting torture47 effectively contravened well-established legal and ethical codes that, had they been enforced, should have protected prisoners against human experimentation, and should have prevented the EIP itself from being initiated in the first place. (wordpress.com)
  • After news of this experimentation on Guatemalan prisoners and mental health patients came to light last year, President Obama's bioethics commission launched a review of government research on human subject. (pri.org)
  • Individual consent was emphasized in the Nuremberg Code in order to prevent prisoners of war, patients, prisoners, and soldiers from being coerced into becoming human subjects. (wikipedia.org)
  • The human subjects were either coerced or unwitting: they included military troops, prisoners, mentally disabled persons, institutionalized children, and hospitalized patients. (ahrp.org)
  • They have been accused of conducting a series of human rights abuses against civilians and prisoners of war throughout East Asia and the western Pacific region. (wikipedia.org)
  • 200 black men diagnosed with syphilis are never told of their illness, are denied treatment, and instead are used as human guinea pigs in order to follow the progression and symptoms of the disease. (informationclearinghouse.info)
  • The experiments continue until 1945 and made use of Seventh Day Adventists who chose to become human guinea pigs rather than serve on active duty. (informationclearinghouse.info)
  • Human guinea pigs BBC News Auschwitz Under Our Noses, by Anne Applebaum, February 4, 2004, The Washington Post "Death, terror in N. Korea gulag NBC News investigation uncovers horrific, extensive atrocities. (wikipedia.org)
  • Six of the subprojects involved testing the agents on unwitting human beings. (informationclearinghouse.info)
  • Both performed the same evil deeds, which was to use human beings in deadly medical experiments for sick purposes because they had no regard for human life and did not care about anybody. (shoebat.com)
  • Part of these experiments in Germany included the use of the weed killer chemical Zyklon B on human beings, which was developed and carried out by SS officer Karl Fritsch, who was also responsible for the execution of St. Maximilian Kolbe, and in Japan were the infamous freezing and gas chamber experiments performed under the Japanese scientist and microbiologist in the Japanese army Shiro Ishii. (shoebat.com)
  • The first thing to distinguish is the fact that ethically we can experiment on human tissue, but we should not experiment on human beings. (righttolife.com.au)
  • Human subject research is systematic, scientific investigation that can be either interventional (a "trial") or observational (no "test article") and involves human beings as research subjects. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1932-1972: Tuskegee Syphilis experiment, "the longest nontherapeutic experiment on human beings in the history of medicine," continued unabated 25 years after Nuremberg. (ahrp.org)
  • At its epicenter is the use of human beings for human experimentation. (scribd.com)
  • The use of human forces in psy ops, black ops, false flag operations: all covert activity involving live human beings who engage with an individual or an entire population is the first part of a 'gang stalking' program. (blogspot.com)
  • Experiments on twin children in concentration camps were created to show the similarities and differences in the genetics of twins, as well as to see if the human body can be unnaturally manipulated. (wikipedia.org)
  • These examples and others like them-such as the infamous Tuskegee syphilis experiments (1932-72) and the continued testing of unnecessary (and frequently risky) pharmaceuticals on human volunteers-demonstrate the danger in assuming that adequate measures are in place to ensure ethical behavior in research. (pcrm.org)
  • While Tuskegee and the discussed U.S. military experiments stand out in their disregard for the well-being of human subjects, more recent questionable research is usually devoid of obvious malevolent intentions. (pcrm.org)
  • A fascinating National Geographic documentary entitled "CIA Secret Experiments" from 2008 uncovers the CIA's role in conducting domestic Cold War experiments, where human subjects were used to test the effects of brainwashing, mind control, hypnosis, electroshock therapy and various psychotropic and hallucinogenic drugs. (infowars.com)
  • The U.S. General Accounting Office issued a report on September 28, 1994, which stated that between 1940 and 1974, DOD and other national security agencies studied hundreds of thousands of human subjects in tests and experiments involving hazardous substances. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • 3. 'Between 1944 and 1974, the federal government authorized and funded experiments to test the effects of radiation on humans. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • Experiments on animals waste time and money which could be much better spent.Funding the implementation and development of non-animal methods of research and testing, directly applicable to humans, would result in better therapies and more effective medications. (bmj.com)
  • The new report details human experiments led by US researchers and drug companies on Africans who are typically undereducated, poor, and lack full understanding of their rights. (infowars.com)
  • For example, Giles (2006, p. 981) states: "In the contentious world of animal research, one question surfaces time and again: how useful are animal experiments as a way to prepare for trials of medical treatments in humans? (brill.com)
  • The inability to recreate human diseases accurately in other animals is an inherent and fundamental flaw in the use of animal experiments. (huffpost.com)
  • Bizarre human experiments directed against people called "poor", whether or not they were actually poor, is another way of calling them "subhuman" many times and justifying weird political ideologies. (shoebat.com)
  • The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G. Wells is a classic tale of evil experiments being conducted on the human race. (wordpress.com)
  • Unconscionable U.S. Government-Funded Medical Experiments exposed human subjects to serious risk of harm without any intended benefit to the individual. (ahrp.org)
  • TARGETED INDIVIDUALS = TI Standing up for human rights, supporting those who have been used for human experiments Please! (scribd.com)
  • Ugly past of U.S. Human Experiments Uncovered. (prezi.com)
  • The German and Japanese human experiments of the 1930s and 1940s horrified the world when they came to light. (kobo.com)
  • 1944 U.S. Navy uses human subjects to test gas masks and clothing. (informationclearinghouse.info)
  • 1947 Colonel E.E. Kirkpatrick of the U.S. Atomic Energy Comission issues a secret document (Document 07075001, January 8, 1947) stating that the agency will begin administering intravenous doses of radioactive substances to human subjects. (informationclearinghouse.info)
  • Human subjects (both civilian and military) are used with and without their knowledge. (informationclearinghouse.info)
  • One of the most troubling aspects of the government's experimentation was their work into the field of mind control, where scientists, many whom were Nazis brought over to the US through the CIA's Project Paperclip , developed ways to control human subjects, including the ability to extract information from unwilling subjects using "truth drugs. (infowars.com)
  • Or open air testing on human subjects with biological and biochemical agents by the Pentagon and Department of Defense, as authorized by the United States Congress in HR1119, Section 1078. (opednews.com)
  • or (2) any other testing of a chemical agent or biological agent on human subjects. (opednews.com)
  • The use of humans as investigational subjects. (harvard.edu)
  • The human subjects often are led to believe that they are receiving medical treatment from governmental health services or health ministries. (infowars.com)
  • While perhaps not as obviously abhorrent as the STD research in Guatemala, the iCOMPARE and FIRST trials share a common theme with those 1940s studies: Researchers are deliberately exposing human subjects to an experimental procedure already known to be harmful, without their consent. (citizen.org)
  • a for-profit Independent Review Board (IRB) that reviews the information that subjects of human testing receive explaining their rights and responsibilities. (ruwart.com)
  • Consequently, most human experimentation today is conducted only after a review by an ethical review board whose primary mission is to protect the rights and welfare of the research subjects being enrolled. (ruwart.com)
  • Only patients or test-subjects in a position to give informed consent should be subject to medical experimentation. (blogspot.com)
  • Following the trials of German health professionals at Nuremberg after World War II, international attention was focused on the practice of human experimentation inflicted upon vulnerable human subjects. (wordpress.com)
  • This makes human experimentation without the informed consent of volunteer subjects one of a small number of acts (including genocide and torture) that are so heinous that they are universally considered to be crimes against humanity. (wordpress.com)
  • As research has become formalized, the academic community has developed formal definitions of "human subject research", largely in response to abuses of human subjects. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ethical guidelines that govern the use of human subjects in research are a fairly new construct. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Declaration of Helsinki was established in 1964 to regulate international research involving human subjects. (wikipedia.org)
  • Established by the World Medical Association , the declaration recommended guidelines for medical doctors conducting biomedical research that involves human subjects. (wikipedia.org)
  • This is a great declassified explanation of electromagnetic weaponry and human experimentation without subjects consent. (scribd.com)
  • Cryonics is scientific research involving human subjects. (alcor.org)
  • Chemical warfare, gene therapy, molecular medicine: These subjects dominate headlines and even direct our government's foreign policy, yet the whole truth about the experimentation behind them has never been made public. (kobo.com)
  • We undertook a qualitative e-mail survey of federally-funded principal investigators of their views of the US human subjects protection system, intended to identify the range of investigator attitudes. (nih.gov)
  • their comments were analyzed to show underlying themes, which are here presented along with supporting quotations.There was consensus that it is important to protect human subjects from research abuse, but disagreement over how well the IRB system is functioning. (nih.gov)
  • Although the potential applications of human embryonic stem cells and therapeutic cloning have alleged medical benefits, these technologies necessitate the destruction of human embryos. (righttolife.com.au)
  • Right to Life Australia stands against any experimentation on human embryos because human life begins at the moment of conception and the dignity, right to life and integrity of human embryos must always be defended. (righttolife.com.au)
  • Are those obtained from human embryos in the early stages of their development. (righttolife.com.au)
  • Washington, DC - A federal judge issued a temporary injunction on Monday blocking any Federal funds from going to life-destructive experimentation on human embryos. (operationrescue.org)
  • Opposes the creation of human embryos solely for research purposes. (cnn.com)
  • The regulations require that most federally funded human research be reviewed and approved by a committee called an institutional review board (IRB) before the research begins. (citizen.org)
  • The Code required ethical human experimentation to follow ten principles, including voluntary and informed consent, a favorable risk/benefit ratio, and the right to withdraw without penalty. (ruwart.com)
  • Similarly, it is standard practice for researchers to employ animal models in their attempts to understand the way diseases present and progress in humans. (brill.com)
  • Unfortunately, there exist serious theoretical and empirical concerns regarding the standard practice of using non-human animals to model human response to perturbations, such as drugs and disease. (brill.com)
  • Researchers who employ animal modeling often attempt to justify the practice based on claims of accurately predicting human response to drugs and disease. (brill.com)
  • Human experimentation made its first significant impact on medical practice through the work of the English country physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823). (encyclopedia.com)
  • The practice of experimenting on humans dates back to antiquity, but we know few details from that time. (jhu.edu)
  • The Deputy Director of the CIA revealed that over 30 universities and institutions ere involved in an extensive testing and experimentation program which included covert drug tests on unwitting citizens at all social levels, [high and low] , native Americans and foreign. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • The government of Israel, for example, is acting in such a manner by using "coercion against its own citizens to force them into human experimentation," Dr. Zelenko says. (planet-today.com)
  • The Israeli government uses coercion against its own citizens to force them into human experimentation," he further contends. (planet-today.com)
  • A study done at the Yale Stem Cell Center showed how just three genes that regulate development in human embryonic stem cells differed significantly from what is seen in mouse embryonic stem cells. (all-creatures.org)
  • This book is the first accessible survey of the different ethical dilemmas facing contemporary society in the creation of human-nonhuman embryonic, foetal and postnatal entities. (magrudy.com)
  • The Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act, which amends the Public Health Service Act to provide for human embryonic stem cell research. (cnn.com)
  • He voted for the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007 (S. 5), which expands the number of human embryonic stem cells eligible for federally funded research. (cnn.com)
  • He was one of the co-sponsors of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007 (S. 5), which expands the number of human embryonic stem cells eligible for federally funded research. (cnn.com)
  • What I noticed however is that most of the research on humans done by the Nazis, particularly those by Josef Mengele, aren't particularly useful beyond their torture value. (stackexchange.com)
  • Blanket assertions that we can not learn from animals are naive but equally, many generalisations about humans fall when we start to look at ethnic differences and, increasingly,genetic predisposition. (bmj.com)
  • The National Institutes of Health currently funds more than 400 protocols at an estimated cost of $100 million annually to use CRISPR-Cas9 to sicken animals with genetic defects, even though the previous NIH Director criticized scientists for "dancing around the problem" using animal models instead of directly studying human disease. (all-creatures.org)
  • By using patient-derived cells to closely examine the multiple components of CRISP-Cas9, he and his team envision real progress in human genome editing and personalized treatment for genetic diseases. (all-creatures.org)
  • and hence it should be abandoned in favor of human-based research and testing, such as personalized medicine, a new field that takes into account the unique genetic make-up of each individual patient. (brill.com)
  • This is because those human genes will be affected by all the genetic determinants and physiological mechanisms that are unique to those species. (huffpost.com)
  • Conclusions Our data substantially expand the range of dysfunctional oocyte phenotypes incurred by mutation in TUBB8 , underscore the independent nature of human oocyte meiosis and differentiation, extend the class of genetic diseases known as the tubulinopathies and provide new criteria for the qualitative evaluation of meiosis II (MII) oocytes for in vitro fertilization (IVF). (bmj.com)
  • 15-19 However, in humans, only a few cases of primary infertility caused by oocyte maturation arrest have been reported, 20-25 and the genetic aetiology of human oocyte maturation arrest is still largely unknown. (bmj.com)
  • Leotus Jones is a former prisoner and subject of human experimentation at Holmesburg prison. (democracynow.org)
  • David Price is a former prisoner and subject of human experimentation at Holmesburg prison. (democracynow.org)
  • The Moral Equality of Animals vs Humans The discretion between animal versus human equality has been a controversial subject for many years. (bartleby.com)
  • Human Experimentation" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) . (harvard.edu)
  • Why should regulation be thought of as human experimentation and subject to its rules? (ruwart.com)
  • If your experiment absolutely demands the use of a human subject, you can always fall back on the dead variety. (howstuffworks.com)
  • These human subject protections became codified in federal regulations,52 as well as in codes of professional conduct. (wordpress.com)
  • Human subject research can be either medical (clinical) research or non-medical (e.g., social science) research. (wikipedia.org)
  • Medical human subject research often involves analysis of biological specimens , epidemiological and behavioral studies and medical chart review studies. (wikipedia.org)
  • [1] (A specific, and especially heavily regulated, type of medical human subject research is the " clinical trial ", in which drugs, vaccines and medical devices are evaluated. (wikipedia.org)
  • On the other hand, human subject research in the social sciences often involves surveys which consist of questions to a particular group of people. (wikipedia.org)
  • The issues surrounding the subject of human experimentation are among the most intractable ethical dilemmas in medicine for persons attempting to strike a balance between research interests and the well being of individuals. (jhu.edu)
  • a) I. No person shall use any live human fetus whether before or after expulsion from its mother's womb, for scientific, laboratory, research or other experimentation. (malegislature.gov)
  • In any criminal proceeding, consent shall be conclusively presumed to have been granted for the purposes of this section by a written statement, signed by the parent or guardian who is at least 18 years of age, to the effect that the parent or guardian consents to the use of the dead fetus or dead neonate for scientific, laboratory, research or other experimentation or study. (malegislature.gov)
  • A lot of people declare "never again" when talking about what happened during the Second World War, but human history has a disturbing way of repeating itself. (shoebat.com)
  • The idea of human-nonhuman combinations has been a recurrent theme throughout the history of humanity. (magrudy.com)
  • Injecting animal cells into humans for therapeutic reasons has a long history. (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • Connecting the history of scientific experimentation through time with the topics that are likely to dominate the future, he has performed an invaluable service. (kobo.com)
  • US researchers and big pharma conducting human experimentation in Africa » Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind! (infowars.com)
  • The report is titled "Non-Consensual Research in Africa: The Outsourcing of Tuskegee" in reference to the illegal human experiment conducted in Tuskegee, Alabama, between 1932 and 1972 by the US Public Health Service. (infowars.com)
  • 5. 'Some 2 years ago, the Senate Health Subcommittee heard chilling testimony about the human experimentation activities of the Central Intelligence Agency. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • Animal testing has not only benefit humans, but animals as well. (bartleby.com)
  • Essay on Should Animal Experimentation Ever Be Permitted? (bartleby.com)
  • Animal experimentation has generated heated discussions among scientists, philosophers, and politicians. (bartleby.com)
  • Does animal experimentation inform human healthcare? (bmj.com)
  • Animal studies consistently fail to elucidate the precise mechanisms of human genetics. (all-creatures.org)
  • Unfortunately, CRISPR-Cas9 is most often used to create animal models of human disease. (all-creatures.org)
  • Based on complexity science, modern evolutionary biology, and empirical evidence, we demonstrate that animal models have failed as predictors of human response. (brill.com)
  • That is, animal models do not and cannot have acceptably high predictive value for human response to drugs and disease. (brill.com)
  • But here's the problem: we end up better understanding animal diabetes-- in dogs and mice-- but not necessarily human diabetes. (huffpost.com)
  • In this article in my medical research series , I discuss the second major reason (click here for the first reason) why animal experimentation is unreliable for understanding human health and disease. (huffpost.com)
  • Not only do animal models fail to help us better understand human diseases, they often lead us down the wrong path of investigation. (huffpost.com)
  • Strike 2: Animal stroke models don't usually include the underlying conditions, which contribute to human stroke. (huffpost.com)
  • Recognition of each difference between animal models and human diseases leads to renewed efforts to eliminate these differences. (huffpost.com)
  • Yet, over 150 stroke drugs found effective in animal stroke models failed in humans (1). (huffpost.com)
  • The Humane Movement is a general effort to alleviate or eliminate animal suffering, predominately due to industry or other human intervention. (sourcewatch.org)
  • For farm animal issues in relation to human health and the environment, see also meat & dairy industry . (sourcewatch.org)
  • Animal experimentation, etc. (bioethicsobservatory.org)
  • Animal experimentation controversy. (bioethicsobservatory.org)
  • more than 1,200,000 species of animals thus far identified, only a few have been utilized in research, even though it is likely that, for every known human disease, an identical or similar disease exists in at least one other animal species. (britannica.com)
  • Where is the evidence that animal research benefits humans? (bmj.com)
  • What Is the Predictive Value of Animal Models for Vaccine Efficacy in Humans? (bmj.com)
  • In Western civilization, the idea of human experimentation, of evaluating the efficacy of a new drug or procedure by outcomes, is an ancient one. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Proceed with caution, stop human experimentation, and gather more safety and efficacy data before using new and unapproved technology. (planet-today.com)
  • Illuminating darkness: By Timothy Trespas, innocent human victims of the New World Order. (wordpress.com)
  • Today's ethicists generally focus on how much regulation is acceptable, instead of asking whether regulation itself violates the internationally-agreed upon principles of ethical human experimentation. (ruwart.com)
  • En este artículo hemos revisado las investigaciones que sobre esta enfermedad tuvieron lugar después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, centrándonos en los casos de Guatemala y de Tuskegee. (actasdermo.org)
  • Some historical estimates of the number of deaths which resulted from Japanese war crimes range from 3 [3] to 14 [4] million through massacre , human experimentation , starvation , and forced labor that was either directly perpetrated or condoned by the Japanese military and government. (wikipedia.org)
  • Early experimentation with animals was originally born out of curiosity but eventually became a necessity to find medicines to cure viruses and a myriad of illnesses. (bartleby.com)
  • Every year, and in countries around the world, significant time and resources are devoted to the noble cause of developing drugs to treat and cure human disease. (brill.com)
  • One need not search hard to find examples claiming non-human animals play an essential role in the quest to treat and cure human disease. (brill.com)
  • After World War II, the criminal war trials of prominent Nazis brought to light human experimentation that was universally condemned on ethical grounds. (ruwart.com)
  • Strike 1: Artificially inducing stroke in animals does not recreate the complex physiology that causes the natural disease in humans, which may develop over decades. (huffpost.com)
  • But in trying to recreate the complex physiology behind the human diseases, experimenters try to reproduce the complex physiology of the underlying conditions, which are just as difficult to accomplish. (huffpost.com)
  • While it can be argued that there may be scientifically justified grounds for the use of non-human animals in some contexts, other than those that involve predicting human responses, it is most common to see attempts to justify the use of non-human animals for applications to human health (see Kramer and Greek (2018) , for additional discussion of this point). (brill.com)
  • These concerns are important because conducting disease research and drug development in a manner that is not supported by science will have suboptimal implications for the humans who rely on that research, which encompass the entire population. (brill.com)
  • Human experimentation with Neisseria gonorrhoeae: rationale, methods, and implications for the biology of infection and vaccine development. (duke.edu)
  • Les croyances et valeurs traditionnelles en Chine sont décrites, notamment en ce qui concerne la médecine, et les implications pour la bioéthique et l'éthique de la recherche dans le pays sont examinées. (who.int)
  • People are accustomed to hearing about the ethical issues arising from the use of non-human animals in biomedical research, testing, and science in general. (brill.com)
  • Although it was junk science, it was peddled by two psychologists who saw an opportunity to make a profit by setting in motion a crude program of experimentation to study the effects of torture on detainees. (lifeissues.net)
  • The issue of human experimentation generally comes down to a basic fact: When science deals directly with humans, you have to study humans -- eventually. (howstuffworks.com)
  • 1955 The CIA, in an experiment to test its ability to infect human populations with biological agents, releases a bacteria withdrawn from the Army's biological warfare arsenal over Tampa Bay, Fl. (rense.com)
  • In the United States, stories linger of biological experimentation during the Korean War. (jhu.edu)
  • Human experimentation was described by several North Korean defectors, including former prisoner Lee Soon-ok, former prison guards Kwon Hyok and Ahn Myung Chul, and others. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1931- Under the support of the Rockefeller Institute, Dr. Cornelius Rhoads, infected humans with cancer cells. (wordpress.com)
  • In this research, bio-effects of EM fields and beamed energy are used to directly affect the central nervous system, with the goal of influencing human behavior. (bibliotecapleyades.net)
  • A new report by Physicians for Human Rights has found that physicians and psychologists played a greater role than previously known in designing, implementing and legitimizing the Bush administration's torture program. (democracynow.org)
  • Introducing the reader to the historical context of human-nonhuman experimentation and potential future developments, this volume offers clarification, analysis and a thorough overview of the ethical challenges relating to human-nonhuman chimeras, true hybrids, cybrids and other combinations. (magrudy.com)
  • This course explores the relationship between human rights and health by examining relevant international declarations in historical context, exploring the meaning of "human rights" and "health," and analyzing specific case studies that illuminate the problems, prospects, and potential methods of promoting health by promoting human rights on the national and international levels. (bu.edu)
  • Stroke is probably one of the easiest human diseases to try to recreate in animals. (huffpost.com)
  • Even when human genes are inserted into animals, the diseases that develop are still notably different from human diseases. (huffpost.com)
  • Even the brightest primate can't fill out a Q&A. Second, you're working with a nonhuman species, making it difficult or impossible to study certain human-specific diseases, ailments and scenarios. (howstuffworks.com)
  • I have always wondered if I should forgive the people who secretly tortured me and are using me for human experimentation, or if I should hate them, or what. (wordpress.com)
  • Doctors would then look at the effects of experimentation and compare both bodies. (wikipedia.org)
  • Weapons on Human Bodies" in DPRK Disclosed Archived 2005-10-28 at the Wayback Machine (North Korean Central News Agency) Ahn Myung Chul (January 18, 2006). (wikipedia.org)
  • I am aware, however, of the U.S. government spraying weapons of mass destruction on us, in the form of toxic nerve agents (malathion, pyrenone 5,25, Checkmate OLR-F, Checkmate LBAM-F) with the excuse of protecting us from non-threatening fruit flies, light brown apple moths, and mosquitoes allegedly carrying the West Nile Virus (which is almost no threat to humans). (opednews.com)
  • West Nile Virus is an insignificant threat to humans (most people infected experience little more than mild flu-like symptoms). (opednews.com)
  • A common mantra of the "skeptics" crowd purports that industrial and environmental chemicals are not necessarily a threat to humans, because these chemicals exist at levels so low that their toxicity is moot. (blogspot.com)
  • It took almost 100 years before the first successful heart-lung machine was used on a human being by John H. Gibbon Jr. in 1953. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Yet self-experimentation has its limits. (howstuffworks.com)
  • The ethical limits governing use of the human body in experimentation have been breached, redefined, and breached again---from the moment the first plague-ridden corpse was heaved over the fortifications of a besieged medieval city to the use of cutting-edge gene therapy today. (kobo.com)
  • Human experimentation in medicine -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Popular works. (powells.com)
  • Preventable illness, infant mortality, and premature death, for example, are closely tied to societal discrimination and violation of human rights. (bu.edu)
  • Of Mice and Humans: Are They the Same? (bmj.com)
  • It is designed, as it becomes more and more engrossed in targeting the unwitting victim, to make and keep the victim vulnerable for the use of the human organism, unwitting victim. (scribd.com)
  • human experimentation can constitute a war crime and a crime against humanity, when its perpetration is systematic and widespread. (wordpress.com)
  • Studying human stem cells, Dr. Saha and his colleagues have invented a technique to precisely label the portions of the cell along with the CRISPR-Cas9 structures so that they can observe the changes as they are happening. (all-creatures.org)
  • When asked about stem cell research during a September 2008 ABC News interview, she said, "My personal opinion is we should not create human life -- create an embryo and then destroy it for research -- if there are other options out there. (cnn.com)