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Web Links for Biological Experiments

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Name: "Remember Sadam's Human Guinea Pigs"
Description: Article entitled, "Remember Sadam's Human Guinea Pigs," from the American Journal of Bioethics. Brief article regarding human experimentation in biological warfare development in Iraq.
Name: ACHES-MC (Advocacy Committee for Human Experimentation Survivors and Mind Control)
Description: Website representing the North American survivors of nonconsensual, federally funded, human experimentation. Contains ample information on topics such as, human radiation experiments, prisoner experimentation, biological experimentation on U.S. military, LSD and the CIA, high risk research experiments, bioethics, and U.S. and international law on the protection of human subjects.
Name: Amended Statute of the International Tribunal
Description: See Article 2 which gives power to court to prosecute persons committing biological experiments in breach of the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949.
Name: Bioethics Web: The gateway for internet resources in biomedical ethics
Description: Searchable database of links to government, university and professional websites containing information on human medical experiments. Related topics range from human rights, moral obligations, genetic privacy, developing countries, international agencies, women, cloning, informed consent and scientific misconduct.
Name: Biological Experiments from the Crimes of War Project
Description: Brief overview of the Japanese history of biological experiments conducted on humans in the proliferation of chemical and biological weapons.
Name: Database of Global Policies on Human Cloning and Germ-line Engineering
Description: Policies, laws and legal information from regions around the world and international law. Mission statement: "Our mission is to work at the local, national, and international levels through collaboration and partnerships with individuals, NGOs, IGOs, and governments on issues such as the global implementation of the health-related provisions of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Covenants on Civil and Political Rights and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, with a focus on health and human rights, patient rights, and human experimentation."
Name: Excerpts from, In Re: Cincinnati Radiation Litigation, Nuremburg Code in U.S. court
Description: In re: Cincinnati Radiation Litigation is a case dealing with radiation experiments conducted on uniformed subjects for military purposes. In this case a U.S. federal court introduced to domestic jurisprudence the Nuremberg Code on medical experiments on human subjects. This webpage offers selections from the decision.
Name: Human Experimentation on the Web
Description: Links to pages on the Tuskegee syphilis study and the Atomic Energy Commission's radiation studies, as well as, the Nuremburg Code and critical analysis of the Nuremburg trials. Webpage created and maintained by David Maze, research staff at the MIT.
Name: Human Sacrifice and Human Experimentation: Reflections at Nuremberg
Description: Lecture given by Jay Katz, professor of law at Yale Law School. Gives a history of human experimentation, an analysis and Professor Katz's opinions on the subject. Professor Katz also discusses how the past, and Nuremburg in particular, relates to modern ethics.
Name: Information on U.S. human radiation experiments
Description: U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Human Radiation Experiments website. Gives internet access to history, documents, sound bytes, video, photos and a searchable database regarding U.S. human radiation experiments.
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