The famous Nuremberg Trials brought to justice Nazis who had committed crimes during the Holocaust of World War II. Most of those tried were military men, but there were also 23 doctors, accused of experimenting on human beings. 60 years after the Nuremberg Trials, society still grapples with issues related to medical experimentation. Tuesday evening, February 22nd, three experts visit WPSU for a live Lobby Talk on the ethics of medical experimentation.Here, WPSU's Cynthia Berger talks with one of the evening's guests, Dr. Susan Reverby. She is a professor of women's studies, and the author of Health Care in America: Essays in Social History among other books. She is an expert on medical ethics issues.
Stories: Lobby Talk: Medical Ethics
February 22, 2006