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In lecture 34, we discussed the remains of the Tuskegee study. We also went over defense arguements of the study.


Lecture number:
34
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Alabama
Course:
Phl 223 - Medical Ethics
Edition:
1

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PHL 223 Lecture 34 Outline of Current Lecture Tuskegee Timeline Con t Defenses for the Study Current Lecture 1969 CDC committee votes to continue supply The Tuskegee physicians almost all black agree to never give antibiotics to the subjects 1972 Popular press reports on the study Study ends 28 399 died The publicity of the study creates mistrust of doctors among blacks Institutions that experiment on humans are required to have Institutional Renew Boards 1974 a legal settlement the government has now paid more than 10 million 1988 21 subjects still alive having syphilis for 57 years 1997 Clinton applies to 4 of 8 living subjects Bad Science No central supervision no written protocols Poor record keeping Subjects got mixed up with controls who didn t have syphilis Some subjects got neosalvarsan or penicillin outside Marion County The No One Was Harmed Defense Kampier subject no worse off being in the study These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Neosalvarsan was probable worse than no treatment at all Penicillin is most effective for primary syphilis



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