Racism Tuskegee Studies

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1. Racism and Research: The Case of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study is an article written by Allen M. Brandt in 1978. In this article, Brandt wants to show that the Tuskegee Syphilis Study was not serious studied about the syphilis, but it was revealed more about racism. He said that, “Failure to place the study in a historical context also made it impossible for the investigation to deal with the essentially racist nature of the experiment” (Brandt). Thus, his quote just showed the offensiveness that racism was created in the society. Besides that, this study was started in 1932 to 1972; it was 40 years of this cruel study, and this study is completely unethical to all of the patients. Sadly, during that time, the 400 infected men were lying by
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