The Nuremberg Code: Directives for human experimentation

The Nuremberg Code: Directives for human experimentation

According the the Nuremberg Code, humane experimentation is justified only if its result benefit society and it is carried out in accord with basic principles that “satisfy moral, ethical, and legal concepts.”

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