Saturday, October 02, 2010

Not Like The Tuskegee Experiment? Blog Articles » Not Like The Tuskegee Experiment At All

Recently Susan Reverby, a professor at Wellesley College, made an interesting discovery about the history of the US public health service--in the 1940's, after penicillin, a cure for syphilis, had been invented, American scientists did experiments on Guatemalan criminals in prison, allowing  them to have sex with infected prostitutes, and then curing them with penicillin.

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