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Medical experimentation of human subjects during the Third Reich raises deep moral and eithical questions. This volume features prominent voices in the field of bioethics reflecting on a wide range of topics and issues: Arthur Caplan on the relevance of the Holocaust to current issues; Jay Katz on Concentration Camp experiments and Eva Kor on being a "Mengele Guinea Pig" to name a few. Amid all contemporary discusssion of ethical issues in science, many ethicists, historians, Holocaust specialists and medical professionals strongly feel that we should understand the past in order to make more enlightened ethical decisions.