“Two steps forward, one step back: how World War II changed how we do human research” | History News Network

James Bradley examines how medical research has changed since WWII and he cautions us against “portray[ing] World War II as a major turning point in the history of medical ethics. But it’s a portrayal we should resist because it blinds us to the troubles that persist to this day in matters of informed consent.” Read his thought-provoking piece on this important subject here:

History News Network | Two steps forward, one step back: how World War II changed how we do human research.

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