Many scholars are now discovering in reputable medical literature multiple references to Nazi experiments, or republished works of former SS doctors.These studies and references frequently bear no disclaimer as to how the data was obtained.Her sister died from repeated injections to her spinal column.
The issue of whether to use the Nazi data is a smokescreen from the reality of human suffering.
They were housed for an entire year in Mengele's private lab in a wooden cage a yard and a half wide.
Without anesthetic, Mengele would repeatedly scrape at the bone tissue of one of her legs.
Several scientists who have sought to use the Nazi research have stirred soul-searching about the social responsibility and potential abuses of science.
These incidents prompt a number of questions for the scientific community.
It was generally known at the time that human beings did not survive immersion in the North Sea for more than one to two hours.