Holocaust

Fear God Alone, a poem by medical student Andrea Gerberding

This brief poem highlights a recurring historical problem in an individual's and a nation's life: Who is in charge?

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The Selective Memory of Bioethics by C. Cody Miller

Reflecting upon Nazi bioethical justifications for involuntary sterilization and euthanasia, for murderous medical experiments and, ultimately, the Holocaust, a second year medical student examines the response of the American bioethics community to these events.

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What happened to the primary victims of the Nazi public health policy of “Applied Biology”?

The Prime Minister of Israel gave a truly remarkable and memorable speech at the United Nations last week.

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Forgiving Mengele

At this time of year, we can learn a great deal about forgiveness from two Holocaust survivors, Eva Moses Kor and Simon Wiesenthal.

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Poland moves to strip Jewish Holocaust scholar of award

Thank you to CMATH Champion Jaime Romanowsky for pointing out the article with the above title recently published in the Times of Israel about American-Polish professor Jan Tomasz Gross who could lose a prestigious honor for asserting Poles’ complicity in the Holocaust.

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Harvard’s Eugenics Era

Thank you to CMATH Champion Jaime Romanowsky for pointing out the article with the above title published in the March-April 2016 issue of Harvard Magazine.

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