When, if ever, is testing on humans ethical? I believe that it is not ethical under any circumstance to experiment with humans because we are people who are meant to live in this world for a long time and repopulate. In our Health and Bioscience class we researched a lot about human experimentation. As a whole class we talked a lot about Nazi experimentation and the Holocaust and how many people it affected because of what they were forced to do at that time. They did labor work and were rarely fed and part of that place in time Jewish people who were kept captive were often used for experiments.
In the article “ A History of Gruesome Experiments on Twin” by Jennifer Rosenberg it talked about the type of experiment they decide to do on twins any type of twin they can find they separated from their families and took them in for testing. Jennifer Rosenberg stated, “ From May 1943 until January 1945 Nazi doctor Josef Mengele worked at Auschwitz, conducting pseudo-scientific medical experiments. His favorite experiment were conducted on young twins”(Rosenberg). This quote states that a Nazi doctor admitted to testing on humans and even more surprising they were young children that rarely knew what they were being taken from there families from. In another article titled, “ Personal Statements From victims of Nazi Experimentation” it has a lot of short stories of victims of the Holocaust that were experimented on and what their experience was during the experimentation. Claims Conference stated, “The experiment was done to me in Auschwitz, Block 10. The experiment was done on my uterus. I was given shots in my uterus and as a result of that I was fainting from severe pain for a year and a half. [Years later,] Professor Hirsh from the hospital in Tzrifin examined me and said that my uterus became as a uterus of a 4-year-old child and that my ovaries shrank”(Claims conference). This is why I believe there should not be human experimentation because they harmed this lady uterus. They ruined her reproductive system and put her through a lot of pain for their scientific needs.Some people may think that human experimentation in general is helpful, but I think it shouldn’t be done because it harms a human life when it shouldn’t have never been harmed in the first place even for the expense of others.
In conclusion, I believe that it is not ethical under any circumstance to experiment with humans because we are people who are meant to live in this world for a long time and repopulate. They are supposed to live free and constrained and being tortured.Tags: #healthandbioscience #livesmatter LifeAcademy
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