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Do you think data from immoral experimentation should be used after the fact?

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Visitor Comments: 5

(5) Anonymous, August 5, 2015 11:16 AM

Checking out Bayer and Subsidiaries

The same company that worked for "the final solution" is still doing the same thing in the name of science. They give the same excuses and are given cover ups by major countries. Any group of people is liable to attack. So, if you are young or old, diabetic, have a mental disorder, and anything but "Arian" watch out. Chances are that Bayer or some other pharmaceutical company is experimenting on you and paying your Dr.to do it. Take time to do your research on them and boycott. Talk to your friends spread the word. Tell your Dr. "I don't want to take that medication because....". Remember, money talks.

(4) mike gaskill, July 31, 2015 6:50 PM

one life to save millions, i would but thats just me!!!!

Hard one you decide,this is based on indiviual beleifs not bad morals, to take my life in experiment to save millions,I would strongly consider it...

(3) david scop, July 19, 2015 9:53 PM

there are lines

That Mengele gave extremely tolerance research a plethora of data doesn't give licence for anyone to do the same and not be criminally liable. We have many SEALS who provide similar voluntary research under controlled environments.

And some are still injured or worse.

(2) Anonymous, April 15, 2015 1:42 AM

If it can save human lives it is immoral not to use the data.

(1) Lyone, April 13, 2015 5:02 PM

We have all Benefitted

Despite Red's tactic of pulling out Mengele's highly evocative name, this scene makes it clear that we have all benefitted from immoral science to one degree or another. And this is unfortunate. But it is also the case that we live in a world free of smallpox.
For those of us in the West, we are no longer threatened by Malaria, Tuberculosis, Polio, Pneumonia, and a host of other diseases that still kill thousands of people in other parts of the world. And some of that is because human beings were experimented on without their informed consent. At this point, what can we do about this?

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