Tuskegee Experiment Research Paper

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Unethical experiment in medical history: Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment The Tuskegee experiment of untreated syphilis was one of the most horrible scandals in America, which was effected on American medicine in the 20th century. It was Untreated Syphilis in the African American Male is the longest nontherapeutic experiment on human in medical history. For a period of forty years, from 1932 to 1972 doctors and medical staff viewed 400 men in Alabama die in a scientific research experiment taking into based on unethical methods that could deliver no new data about syphilis. The study was conducted in two groups by selecting 400 populations from African American men. The research subjects, all of whom had syphilis when they were enrolled in the study and some “black men from Alabama were injecting virus which causes syphilis” were comper with 200 uninfected subjects who served as a…show more content…
 Justice:: In this experiment participant was not getting any justice because during this study there treatment was available then also subject was not getting any treatment of Syphilis and at the end most of the subjects was die and they won’t get any justice. By concluding the Tuskegee study did not respect ethical principles, no diversity, no informed consent, no confidentiality and the researchers coerced the subjects into the study and did not let them have a proper medication to treat the syphilis. Based on my personal thoughts go out to the families that lost their loved ones back then due to the Tuskegee Syphilis Study. I personally think that this study should have never been conducted. I think that the people that were involved in this study should have at least been aware of what was going
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