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Medicine after the Holocaust : from the master race to the human genome and beyond / edited by Sheldon Rubenfeld, in conjunction with the Holocaust Museum Houston.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: R509 .M43 2010

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
    Locale
    Germany
    Edition
    1st ed
    Contents
    Foreword: This past must not be prologue / Francis S. Collins
    Introduction / Sheldon Rubenfeld
    pt. 1. Eugenics, euthanasia, extermination. When evil was good and good evil: remembrances of Nuremberg / Edmund D. Pellegrino
    Medicine during the Nazi period: historical facts and some implications for teaching medical ethics and professionalism / Volker Roelcke
    Academic medicine during the Nazi period: the implications for creating awareness of professional responsibility today / William Seidelman
    Misconceptions of "race" as a biological category: then and now / Theresa M. Duello
    Mad, bad, or evil: how physician healers turn to torture and murder / Michael A. Grodin
    Genetic diversity has prevailed, not the master race / Ferid Murad
    pt. 2. Medicine after the Holocaust. Genetics and eugenics: a personal odyssey / James D. Watson
    The stain of silence: Nazi ethics and bioethics / Arthur L. Caplan
    The legacy of the Nuremberg Doctors' Trial to American bioethics and human rights / George J. Annas
    A more perfect human: the promise and the peril of modern science / Leon R. Kass
    What does "medicine after the Holocaust" have to do with aid in dying? / Kathryn L. Tucker
    Is physician-assisted suicide ever permissible? / Wesley J. Smith
    Cinematic perspectives on euthanasia and assisted suicide / Glen O. Gabbard
    Science, medicine, and religion in and after the Holocaust / John M. Haas
    Why science and religion need to cooperate to prevent a recurrence of the Holocaust / Irving Greenberg
    The status of the relationship between the citizen and the government / Ward Connerly
    From Nuremberg to the human genome: the right of human research participants / Henry T. Greely
    Medical professionalism: lessons from the Holocaust / Jordan J. Cohen
    Assessing risk in patient care / George Paul Noon
    Jewish medical ethics and risky treatments / Avraham Steinberg
    Afterword / Michael E. DeBakey
    Appendix A: additional information.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Rubenfeld, Sheldon.
    Holocaust Museum Houston.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Foreword: This past must not be prologue / Francis S. Collins -- Introduction / Sheldon Rubenfeld -- pt. 1. Eugenics, euthanasia, extermination. When evil was good and good evil: remembrances of Nuremberg / Edmund D. Pellegrino -- Medicine during the Nazi period: historical facts and some implications for teaching medical ethics and professionalism / Volker Roelcke -- Academic medicine during the Nazi period: the implications for creating awareness of professional responsibility today / William Seidelman -- Misconceptions of "race" as a biological category: then and now / Theresa M. Duello -- Mad, bad, or evil: how physician healers turn to torture and murder / Michael A. Grodin -- Genetic diversity has prevailed, not the master race / Ferid Murad -- pt. 2. Medicine after the Holocaust. Genetics and eugenics: a personal odyssey / James D. Watson -- The stain of silence: Nazi ethics and bioethics / Arthur L. Caplan -- The legacy of the Nuremberg Doctors' Trial to American bioethics and human rights / George J. Annas -- A more perfect human: the promise and the peril of modern science / Leon R. Kass -- What does "medicine after the Holocaust" have to do with aid in dying? / Kathryn L. Tucker -- Is physician-assisted suicide ever permissible? / Wesley J. Smith -- Cinematic perspectives on euthanasia and assisted suicide / Glen O. Gabbard -- Science, medicine, and religion in and after the Holocaust / John M. Haas -- Why science and religion need to cooperate to prevent a recurrence of the Holocaust / Irving Greenberg -- The status of the relationship between the citizen and the government / Ward Connerly -- From Nuremberg to the human genome: the right of human research participants / Henry T. Greely -- Medical professionalism: lessons from the Holocaust / Jordan J. Cohen -- Assessing risk in patient care / George Paul Noon -- Jewish medical ethics and risky treatments / Avraham Steinberg -- Afterword / Michael E. DeBakey -- Appendix A: additional information.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780230618947
    0230618944 (hbk.)
    9780230621923 (pbk.)
    0230621929 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xxi, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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